determine whether the interest payments made to nonresidents are subject to Part XIII withholding tax, and if so, at what rate.

In each of the following Cases, determine whether the interest payments made to nonresidents are subject to Part XIII withholding tax, and if so, at what rate.

Case 1 Jason, a resident of a country that does not have a tax treaty with Canada, earned $3,000 in interest from a term deposit in a Canadian bank during 2020. Case 2 Janice, a resident of a country that does not have a tax treaty with Canada, earned interest of $1,800 on Government of Canada bonds during 2020. Case 3 Julian, a resident of Ottawa, acquired a vacation property in a country that does not have a tax treaty with Canada. The property is mortgaged with a bank in the foreign country. Julian paid $12,000 in interest to the foreign bank in 2020. Case 4 Jasmine, a resident of Manitoba, paid $5,000 in interest on a loan from her brother, a resident of Ohio, during 2020.

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