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Capital Allowances Act 2001


1390.This Chapter defines when expenditure on acquiring a mineral asset is qualifying expenditure. The expenditure must be capital expenditure and it must be for the purposes of the trade. This Chapter is subject to the rules in Chapter 4.

1391.Section 403 gives conditions for the expenditure to be qualifying expenditure. It points to exceptions and defines a term for use in this Chapter.

1392.Section 404 prevents the value of land from being qualifying expenditure so far as it is not attributable to the value of mineral deposits.

1393.Section 405 permits, in limited circumstances, some or all of the value excluded from qualifying expenditure under the previous section to become qualifying expenditure.

1394.Section 406 prevents expenditure from getting relief twice under both the lease premium rules in section 87 of ICTA and as a result of this Chapter.

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