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12(1)This paragraph applies in any case where, as a result of a relevant transfer,—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)the BBC ceases to carry on a trade; and
(b)the transferee begins to carry on that trade.
(2)Where this paragraph applies, section 343 of the Taxes Act 1988 (company reconstructions without change of ownership) shall not have effect in relation to the event described in sub-paragraph (1).
(3)Where this paragraph applies, the trade mentioned in sub-paragraph (1) shall not be treated as permanently discontinued nor a new trade as set up and commenced for the purpose of the allowances and charges provided for by the [F1the Capital Allowances Act]; but—
(a)there shall be made to or on the transferee in accordance with [F2that Act] all such allowances and charges as would, if the BBC had continued to carry on the trade, have fallen to be made to or on it; and
(b)the amount of any such allowance or charge shall be computed as if—
(i)the transferee had been carrying on the trade since the BBC began to do so; and
(ii)everything done to or by the BBC had been done to or by the transferee (but so that no sale or transfer which on the transfer of the trade is made to the transferee by the BBC of any assets in use for the purpose of the trade shall be treated as giving rise to any such allowance or charge).
(4)For the purposes of this paragraph—
(a)where, on the BBC ceasing to carry on a trade, a company begins to carry on the activities of the trade as part of its trade, then that part of the trade carried on by the company shall be treated as a separate trade, if the effect of so treating it is that this paragraph applies by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) on that event in relation to that separate trade; and
(b)where, on the BBC ceasing to carry on part of a trade, a company begins to carry on the activities of that part as its trade or part of its trade, the BBC shall be treated as having carried on that part of its trade as a separate trade if the effect of so treating it is that this paragraph applies by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) on that event in relation to that separate trade.
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