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Capital Allowances Act 2001

Section 560: Transfer of insurance company business

1945.This section is based on section 152A of CAA 1990. It provides what is known as a “step-in-shoes” rule for transfers of insurance company businesses.

1946.The transfer has to be approved by a court under Part I of Schedule 2C to the Insurance Companies Act 1982 or be a qualifying overseas transfer within paragraph 4A of Schedule 19AC to ICTA.

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