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Corporation Tax Act 2009

Section 609: Company ceasing to be UK resident

1647.This section and the next apply if a derivative contract moves out of the scope of corporation tax because the company holding it is no longer within the charge to tax in respect of it. This section treats a company as making a deemed disposal and reacquisition of the contract at its fair value immediately before the company ceases to be UK resident. It is based on paragraph 22A(1), (2) and (3) of Schedule 26 to FA 2002.

1648.“Fair value” is defined in section 710.

1649.Subsection (1) provides that the company is treated for the purposes of this Part as reacquiring the derivative contract for the same amount. This deemed value will be taken into account should the derivative contract re-enter the scope of corporation tax because of a further change in the residence status of the company or otherwise.

1650.Subsection (2) has an exception to the general rule. This applies if a company moves abroad but leaves behind such a business operation as amounts to a permanent establishment and that operation includes at least some of the rights and liabilities under the derivative contract. In effect, the contract has not left the scope of corporation tax. (“Permanent establishment” is defined in section 832(1) of ICTA by reference to the meaning provided by section 148 of FA 2003.)

1651.Subsection (3) provides an order of priority if this section would apply in relation to the same circumstances as trigger section 631 or 632. There is an equivalent order of priority in section 333 in Part 5. There is no reason for the two sets of provisions to differ in this respect. This subsection brings the provisions for loan relationships and derivative contracts into line. See Change 66 in Annex 1.

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