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Value Added Tax Act 1994

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Group 7— Health and welfare

Item No

1The supply of services by a person registered or enrolled in any of the following—

(a)the register of medical practitioners or the register of medical practitioners with limited registration;

(b)either of the registers of ophthalmic opticians or the register of dispensing opticians kept under the [1989 c. 44.] Opticians Act 1989 or either of the lists kept under section 9 of that Act of bodies corporate carrying on business as ophthalmic opticians or as dispensing opticians;

(c)any register kept under the [1960 c. 66.] Professions Supplementary to Medicine Act 1960;

(d)the register of qualified nurses, midwives and health visitors kept under section 10 of the [1979 c. 36.] Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act 1979;

(e)the register of dispensers of hearing aids or the register of persons employing such dispensers maintained under section 2 of the [1968 c. 50.] Hearing Aid Council Act 1968.

2The supply of any services or dental prostheses by—

(a)a person registered in the dentists' register;

(b)a person enrolled in any roll of dental auxiliaries having effect under section 45 of the [1984 c. 24.] Dentists Act 1984; or

(c)a dental technician.

3The supply of any services by a person registered in the register of pharmaceutical chemists kept under the [1954 c. 61.] Pharmacy Act 1954 or the [S.I.1976/1213 (N.I. 22).] Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order 1976.

4The provision of care or medical or surgical treatment and, in connection with it, the supply of any goods, in any hospital or other institution approved, licensed, registered or exempted from registration by any Minister or other authority pursuant to a provision of a public general Act of Parliament or of the Northern Ireland Parliament or of a public general Measure of the Northern Ireland Assembly or Order in Council under Schedule 1 to the [1974 c. 28.] Northern Ireland Act 1974, not being a provision which is capable of being brought into effect at different times in relation to different local authority areas.

5The provision of a deputy for a person registered in the register of medical practitioners or the register of medical practitioners with limited registration.

6Human blood.

7Products for therapeutic purposes, derived from human blood.

8Human (including foetal) organs or tissue for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes or medical research.

9The supply, otherwise than for profit, by a charity or public body of welfare services and of goods supplied in connection therewith.

10The supply, otherwise than for profit, of goods and services incidental to the provision of spiritual welfare by a religious community to a resident member of that community in return for a subscription or other consideration paid as a condition of membership.

11The supply of transport services for sick or injured persons in vehicles specially designed for that purpose.

Notes:

(1)Item 1 does not include the letting on hire of goods except where the letting is in connection with a supply of other services comprised in the item.

(2)Paragraphs (a) to (d) of item 1 and paragraphs (a) and (b) of item 2 include supplies of services made by a person who is not registered or enrolled in any of the registers or rolls specified in those paragraphs where the services are wholly performed or directly supervised by a person who is so registered or enrolled.

(3)Item 3 does not include the letting on hire of goods.

(4)For the purposes of this Group a person who is not registered in the visiting EEC practitioners list in the register of medical practitioners at the time he performs services in an urgent case as mentioned in subsection (3) of section 18 of the [1983 c. 54.] Medical Act 1983 is to be treated as being registered in that list where he is entitled to be registered in accordance with that section.

(5)In item 9 “public body” means—

(a)a Government department within the meaning of section 41(6);

(b)a local authority;

(c)a body which acts under any enactment or instrument for public purposes and not for its own profit and which performs functions similar to those of a Government department or local authority.

(6)In item 9 “welfare services” means services which are directly connected with—

(a)the provision of care, treatment or instruction designed to promote the physical or mental welfare of elderly, sick, distressed or disabled persons;

(b)the protection of children and young persons; or

(c)the provision of spiritual welfare by a religious institution as part of a course of instruction or a retreat, not being a course or a retreat designed primarily to provide recreation or a holiday.

(7)Item 9 does not include the supply of accommodation or catering except where it is ancillary to the provision of care, treatment or instruction.

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