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Explanation: In my opinion, 'Declaration' is only used for customs and in international law (Declaration of independence, Unilateral declaration of independence, etc.) Using it in the context of taxation is general, is a typical example of source language interference (A. van den End's Legal Lexicon notwithstanding).
xxxjarry South Africa Local time: 06:21 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 3855