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13(1)For the purpose of computing under the Schedule to the Petroleum Revenue Tax Act 1980 (computation of payment on account) whether any, and if so what, amount of tax is payable under that Act by the old participator and the new participator for the transfer period or any later chargeable period—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)it shall be assumed that any application or proposal made in relation to the transfer under paragraph 4 or 5(1) above and in respect of which the Board have not notified their decision will be accepted by the Board; and
(b)the computation under that Schedule shall be made as if paragraph 6 above applied in relation to expenditure which under paragraph 2(4) of that Schedule is treated as having been allowed under Schedule 5 or 6 as well as to expenditure which has been so allowed.
(2)Where at the end of the transfer period the old participator has no interest in the field he shall not be liable under section 105 of this Act to pay any amount as an advance payment of tax in respect of the field for any subsequent chargeable period in which he has no such interest.
(3)The old participator shall not be entitled to interest under subsection (7) of that section by reason of any such excess as is there mentioned for the transfer period or either of the next two chargeable periods if he and the new participator are connected within the meaning of [F1section 1122 of the Corporation Tax Act 2010].
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