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Capital Allowances Act 2001

Section 394: Mineral extraction allowances

1369.This section is based on section 98(1) and parts of sections 105(1), 109(1), 121(1) and (2) and section 161(2) of CAA 1990. It provides that allowances are available to mineral extraction traders who have incurred qualifying expenditure and defines “mineral extraction trade”. This term is used in place of the slightly longer term “trade of mineral extraction” in CAA 1990. The part of section 121(2) of CAA 1990 that is not rewritten in this section is at paragraph 87 of Schedule 3 because that part of section 121(2) relates only to that provision.

1370.Subsection (3) omits the examples of geothermal energy presently in section 161(2) of CAA 1990. They are not needed. See Note 46 in Annex 2.

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