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Corporation Tax Act 2010

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231No control of CDFI by investor

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(1)The investor must not control the CDFI at any time during the 5 year period.

(2)In this section references to the investor include any person connected with the investor.

(3)If the CDFI is a body corporate, the question whether the investor controls the CDFI is, for the purposes of this section, determined in accordance with section 1124.

This is subject to subsection (6).

(4)In any other case the investor is treated, for those purposes, as having control of the CDFI if the investor has power to secure, as a result of—

(a)the possession of voting power in the CDFI, or

(b)any powers conferred by the constitution of, or any other document regulating, the CDFI,

that the affairs of the body are conducted in accordance with the investor’s wishes.

This is subject to subsections (5) and (6).

(5)If—

(a)the CDFI is a partnership, and

(b)the investor is a member of that partnership,

for the purposes of determining in accordance with this section whether the investor controls the CDFI, the other members of that partnership are not, as a result of their membership of the CDFI, treated as partners of the investor.

(6)In determining whether the investor controls the CDFI there are attributed to the investor (so far as it would not otherwise be the case)—

(a)any rights or powers that the investor is entitled to acquire at a future date or will, at a future date, become entitled to acquire, and

(b)any rights or powers which another person holds on behalf of the investor or may be required to exercise, by direction, on the investor’s behalf.

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