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Claims for group reliefU.K.

8After paragraph 77 of Schedule 18 to FA 1998 (joint amended returns) insert—

Claims in respect of overseas losses of non-resident companiesU.K.

77A(1)This paragraph applies if a claim for group relief is made in respect of any loss or other amount as a result of the condition in section 402(2A) of the Taxes Act 1988 being satisfied (relief in respect of overseas losses of non-resident companies).

(2)In relation to the surrendering company, this Part of this Schedule applies as if—

(a)references to the relief being surrendered were to the EEA amount and to the relief being claimed, and

(b)references to its accounting period were to its deemed accounting period under Part 2 of Schedule 18A to the Taxes Act 1988.

(3)Notice of consent of the surrendering company—

(a)is to be given to the officer of the Board under paragraph 70(3)(b) by the claimant company (and not by the surrendering company), and

(b)is to be given to the officer to whom the claimant company makes its company tax returns.

(4)If the surrendering company is not within the charge to income or corporation tax, the requirement under paragraph 71(1)(e) for notice of consent by the surrendering company to contain details of its tax district reference is not to apply.

(5)If notice of consent is withdrawn under paragraph 71, the notice of the withdrawal is to be given to the officer of the Board by the claimant company (and not by the surrendering company).

(6)If notice of consent is withdrawn under paragraph 75—

(a)the notice of withdrawal, and any copy of any new notice of consent, is to be sent to an officer of Revenue and Customs by the claimant company (and not by the surrendering company), and

(b)any notice containing directions by an officer of Revenue and Customs under sub-paragraph (4) of that paragraph is to be given to the claimant company (and not to the surrendering company).

(7)The remaining provisions of that paragraph, and the rest of this Part of this Schedule, are, accordingly, to be read with the appropriate modifications (so that, in particular, it is the claimant company (and not the surrendering company) which can bring an appeal under paragraph 75(7)).

(8)A notice under paragraph 27 (notice to produce documents etc for purposes of an enquiry) given to the claimant company may require the claimant company—

(a)to explain why the EEA amount meets the conditions mentioned in subsection (2)(a) to (d) of section 403F of the Taxes Act 1988 and is not prevented from being surrendered by section 403G of that Act, and

(b)to provide details of the recalculation required under Part 2 of Schedule 18A to that Act in relation to the EEA amount.

(9)Except where expressly indicated, requirements imposed under this paragraph are in addition to those imposed apart from this paragraph.

(10)In this paragraph “the EEA amount” has the same meaning as in Part 2 of Schedule 18A to the Taxes Act 1988..

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