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Capital Allowances Act 2001

Section 141: Deferred amounts attributed to earlier expenditure first

548.This section is based on section 33D(6) of CAA 1990. It requires a deferred amount to be attributed to the first item of expenditure on new shipping that is incurred in the six-year period. If the first item of expenditure is less than the deferred amount, then the excess is carried forward to the next item, and so on. This means that shipowners cannot generally choose how to attribute deferred amounts.

549.There is a minor change. Subsection (2)(b) goes wider than CAA 1990 by providing for the case in which two ships are disposed of simultaneously. See Change 23 in Annex 1.

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