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Finance Act 2014

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225Protection of the revenue pending further appeals
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(1)In section 56 of TMA 1970 (payment of tax where there is a further appeal), after subsection (3) insert—

(4)Subsection (5) applies where—

(a)an accelerated payment notice or partner payment notice has been given to a party to the appeal under Chapter 3 of Part 4 of the Finance Act 2014 (and not withdrawn), and

(b)the assessment has effect, or partly has effect, to counteract the whole or part of the asserted advantage (within the meaning of section 219(3) of that Act) by reason of which the notice was given.

(5)If, on the application of HMRC, the relevant court or tribunal considers it necessary for the protection of the revenue, it may direct that subsection (2) does not apply so far as the tax relates to the counteraction of the whole or part of the asserted advantage, and—

(a)give permission to withhold all or part of any repayment, or

(b)require the provision of adequate security before repayment is made.

(6)“Relevant court or tribunal” means the tribunal or court from which permission or leave to appeal is sought.

(2)In Schedule 10 to FA 2003 (SDLT: returns, enquiries, assessments and appeals), in paragraph 43 (payment of stamp duty land tax where there is a further appeal), after sub-paragraph (2) insert—

(3)Sub-paragraph (4) applies where—

(a)an accelerated payment notice has been given to a party to the appeal under Chapter 3 of Part 4 of the Finance Act 2014 (and not withdrawn), and

(b)the assessment to which the appeal relates has effect, or partly has effect, to counteract the whole or part of the asserted advantage (within the meaning of section 219(3) of that Act) by reason of which the notice was given.

(4)If, on the application of HMRC, the relevant court or tribunal considers it necessary for the protection of the revenue, it may direct that sub-paragraph (1) does not apply so far as the stamp duty land tax relates to the counteraction of the whole or part of the asserted advantage, and—

(a)give permission to withhold all or part of any repayment, or

(b)require the provision of adequate security before repayment is made.

(5)“Relevant court or tribunal” means the tribunal or court from which permission or leave to appeal is sought.

(3)In Schedule 33 to FA 2013 (annual tax on enveloped dwellings: returns, enquiries, assessments and appeals), in paragraph 53 (payment of tax where there is a further appeal), after sub-paragraph (2) insert—

(3)Sub-paragraph (4) applies where—

(a)an accelerated payment notice has been given to a party to the appeal under Chapter 3 of Part 4 of FA 2014 (and not withdrawn), and

(b)the assessment to which the appeal relates has effect, or partly has effect, to counteract the whole or part of the asserted advantage (within the meaning of section 219(3) of that Act) by reason of which the notice was given.

(4)If, on the application of HMRC, the relevant court or tribunal considers it necessary for the protection of the revenue, it may direct that sub-paragraph (1) does not apply so far as the tax relates to the counteraction of the whole or part of the asserted advantage, and—

(a)give permission to withhold all or part of any repayment, or

(b)require the provision of adequate security before repayment is made.

(5)“Relevant court or tribunal” means the tribunal or court from which permission or leave to appeal is sought.

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