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The Value Added Tax (Section 55A) (Specified Goods and Excepted Supplies) Order 2007

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4.  For the purposes of section 55A of the Act, a supply of a description specified below is an excepted supply—

(a)a supply of specified goods where the value of the supply is less than £5000;

(b)a supply of specified goods where the supply is of a description specified in an order made under section 50A(1) of the Act (margin schemes) and, in accordance with such an order, the supplier opts to account for the VAT chargeable on the supply on the profit margin on the supply instead of by reference to its value;

(c)a supply of a mobile telephone where, at the time a person enters into the agreement to purchase the telephone—

(i)he enters into an agreement (including the renewal or extension of an existing agreement) with a provider of a public electronic communications service for the supply, in relation to that telephone, of such a service, and

(ii)that agreement is not one that requires periodical pre-payments in order to use the service (“Pay as You Go”);

(d)a transfer or disposal of specified goods for no consideration that is treated as a supply of goods by virtue of paragraph 5(1) of Schedule 4 to the Act.

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section 50A was inserted by section 24(1) of the Finance Act 1995 (c.4). Articles 12 and 13 of the Value Added Tax (Special Provisions) Order 1995 (S.I. 1995/1268) have been made under that section.

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