How do I file a return after Reassessment done by CRA

One of my client, He did not response to CRA's reassessment letter within 90 days due to he was not organized and the paper/document was missing, He have self employment business. Now after two years (from reassessment letter) He came to me to re-submit his file for the year 2007-2008-2009 and 2010. He have all documents, and paper work to produce any paper to claim his all of expenses. What should I do ? should contact with CRA Rep and/or file T1 Adj ? any suggestion or opinion would be appreciable. thanks

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If they are notional assessments then you can file the returns

If the reassessment is based on information the client provided then you have to file a Notice of Objection and attach a letter requesting an extension

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