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Finance Act 2014

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Giving of follower notices in relation to partnership returns

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3(1)If the representative partner in relation to a partnership return is no longer available, then, for the purposes of section 204 the return, or an appeal in respect of the return, is to be regarded as made by the person who is for the time being the successor of that partner (if that would not otherwise be the case).

(2)Where, at any time after a partnership follower notice is given to P, P is no longer available, any reference in this Chapter (other than section 204 and this sub-paragraph) to P is to be read as a reference to the person who is, for the time being, the successor of the representative partner.

(3)For the purposes of Condition B in section 204 a partnership return, or appeal in respect of a partnership return, is made on the basis that a particular tax advantage results from particular tax arrangements if—

(a)it is made on the basis that an increase or reduction in one or more of the amounts mentioned in section 12AB(1) of TMA 1970 (amounts in the partnership statement in a partnership return) results from those tax arrangements, and

(b)that increase or reduction results in that tax advantage for one or more of the relevant partners.

(4)For the purposes of Condition D in section 204—

(a)a notice given to a person in the person’s capacity as the representative partner of a partnership, or a successor of that partner, and a notice given to that person otherwise than in that capacity are not to be treated as given to the same person, and

(b)all notices given to the representative partner and successors of that partner, in that capacity, are to be treated as given to the same person.

(5)In this paragraph references to a person being “no longer available” have the same meaning as in section 12AA(11) of TMA 1970.

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