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Finance Act 2014


16.Section 207 provides that a person may make representations to HMRC within 90 days of a follower notice being issued. The person may object to a follower notice because there is no open tax enquiry or appeal or no tax advantage was obtained by the return/claim; that he has already been given a follower notice in respect of the tax arrangements or tax advantage; that the judicial ruling is not relevant to his circumstances; or that HMRC did not issue the notice within the time allowed following the relevant judicial ruling. HMRC must consider the representations and notify the person that the follower notice is confirmed or amended, or withdrawn.

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