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Old 11-09-2017, 04:00 PM
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You don't sue her. It's not her mistake its CRA. you have the wording of your agreement adjusted so that it reflects the proper requirements, dated back to whenever the change took effect. You forward that to CRA with your application for retroactive benefits.

Its up to CRA to apply the benefits to you and adjust her account accordingly. They will recoup the money directly from her.
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