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[F1371TBHow to determine the territory in which the CFC is residentU.K.

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(1)The CFC is taken to be resident in the territory under the law of which, at all times during the relevant accounting period, the CFC is liable to tax by reason of domicile, residence or place of management.

(2)If there are two or more territories (each of which is called an “eligible territory”) falling within subsection (1), the CFC is taken to be resident in only one of the eligible territories.

(3)To determine that territory, go through the following subsections.

If two or more subsections apply, the earlier or earliest subsection takes precedence.

(4)If an election or designation under subsection (8) or (9) has effect for the relevant accounting period by virtue of section 371TC(9)(b), the CFC is taken to be resident in the eligible territory which is the subject of the election or designation.

(5)If, at all times during the relevant accounting period, the CFC's place of effective management is situated in one of the eligible territories only, the CFC is taken to be resident in that territory.

(6)If—

(a)at all times during the relevant accounting period, the CFC's place of effective management is situated in two or more of the eligible territories, and

(b)immediately before the end of the relevant accounting period, over 50% of the amount of the CFC's assets is situated in one of those eligible territories,

the CFC is taken to be resident in the territory in which over 50% of the amount of the CFC's assets is situated.

For this purpose, the amount of the CFC's assets is determined by reference to their market value immediately before the end of the relevant accounting period.

(7)If, immediately before the end of the relevant accounting period, over 50% of the amount of the CFC's assets is situated in one of the eligible territories, the CFC is taken to be resident in that territory.

For this purpose, the amount of the CFC's assets is determined by reference to their market value immediately before the end of the relevant accounting period.

(8)If, in accordance with section 371TC(1), an election specifying an eligible territory is made, the CFC is taken to be resident in that territory.

(9)If an officer of Revenue and Customs designates an eligible territory on a just and reasonable basis (see section 371TC(6) to (8)), the CFC is taken to be resident in that territory.]

Textual Amendments

F1Pt. 9A inserted (17.7.2012) by Finance Act 2012 (c. 14), Sch. 20 para. 1 (with ss. 56-58)

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