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Capital Allowances Act 2001

Section 461: Unrelieved qualifying expenditure

1631.This section is based on section 530(4)(b) of ICTA. It sets out the amount that is carried forward in a pool from one chargeable period to the next chargeable period.

1632.Subsection (3) stops any amount being carried forward after the trade is permanently discontinued. This makes explicit the fact that the pool ceases to exist on the ending of the trade in relation to which that pool exists. There would only be unrelieved qualifying expenditure if the taxpayer were to choose, for some reason, not to claim all of a balancing allowance that is available on the trade cessation. See Note 60 in Annex 2.

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