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Finance Act 2014

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Circumstances in which partner payment notices may be given

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3(1)Where a partnership return has been made in respect of a partnership, HMRC may give a notice (a “partner payment notice”) to each relevant partner of the partnership if Conditions A to C are met.

(2)Condition A is that—

(a)a tax enquiry is in progress in relation to the partnership return, or

(b)an appeal has been made in relation to an amendment of the return or against a conclusion stated by a closure notice in relation to a tax enquiry into the return.

(3)Condition B is that the return or, as the case may be, appeal is made on the basis that a particular tax advantage (“the asserted advantage”) results from particular arrangements (“the chosen arrangements”).

(4)Paragraph 3(3) of Schedule 31 applies for the purposes of sub-paragraph (3) as it applies for the purposes of Condition B in section 204(3).

(5)Condition C is that one or more of the following requirements are met—

(a)HMRC has given (or, at the same time as giving the partner payment notice, gives) the representative partner, or a successor of that partner, a follower notice under Chapter 2—

(i)in relation to the same return or, as the case may be, appeal, and

(ii)by reason of the same tax advantage and the chosen arrangements;

(b)the chosen arrangements are DOTAS arrangements (within the meaning of section 219(5) and (6));

(c)the relevant partner in question has been given a GAAR counteraction notice in respect of any tax advantage resulting from the asserted advantage or part of it and the chosen arrangements (or is given such a notice at the same time as the partner payment notice) in a case where the stated opinion of at least two of the members of the sub-panel of the GAAR Advisory Panel which considered the matter under paragraph 10 of Schedule 43 to FA 2013 was as set out in paragraph 11(3)(b) of that Schedule (entering into tax arrangements not reasonable course of action etc).

(6)“GAAR counteraction notice” has the meaning given by section 219(7).

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