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290Adjustment as a result of regional development grantU.K.
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(1)This section applies if conditions A, B and C are met.

(2)Condition A is that expenditure incurred by a company in relation to an asset in an accounting period (“the initial period”) has been or is to be met by a regional development grant.

(3)Condition B is that, despite the provisions of section 534(2) and (3) of CAA 2001 (Northern Ireland regional development grants) and section 289 of this Act, in determining that company's liability to corporation tax for the initial period, the whole or some part of that expenditure falls to be taken into account under Part 2 or 6 of CAA 2001.

(4)Condition C is that—

(a)expenditure on the asset becomes allowable under section 3 or 4 of OTA 1975 in an accounting period (an “adjustment period”) subsequent to the initial period, or

(b)the proportion of any such expenditure which is allowable in an adjustment period is different as compared with the initial period.

(5)There is to be redetermined for the purposes of subsections (7) and (8) the amount of the expenditure mentioned in subsection (2) which would have been taken into account as mentioned in subsection (3) if the circumstances mentioned in subsection (4) had existed in the initial period.

(6)According to whether the amount as so redetermined is greater or less than the amount actually taken into account as mentioned in subsection (3), the difference is referred to in subsections (7) and (8) as the increase or the reduction in the allowance.

(7)If there is an increase in the allowance, an amount of capital expenditure equal to the increase is to be treated, for the purposes of Part 2 or 6 of CAA 2001, as having been incurred by the company concerned in the adjustment period on an extension of, or addition to, the asset mentioned in subsection (2).

(8)If there is a reduction in the allowance, the company concerned is to be treated, for the purpose of determining its liability to corporation tax, as having received in the adjustment period, as income of the trade in connection with which the expenditure mentioned in subsection (2) was incurred, a sum equal to the amount of the reduction in the allowance.

(9)In this section “regional development grant” has the meaning given by section 289(6).

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