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The Landfill Disposals Tax (Administration) (Wales) Regulations 2018

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Claiming credit

Claims by persons carrying out taxable operations

19.—(1) A registered person who is entitled to customer insolvency credit in respect of a taxable disposal may claim the credit in a tax return made in respect of—

(a)the first qualifying accounting period, or

(b)any subsequent accounting period.

(2) The first qualifying accounting period is the accounting period in which the period of 6 months, beginning with the date of the relevant insolvency event, expires.

(3) The claim is to be made in the tax return—

(a)by setting off the amount of the credit against the amount of tax that the person would otherwise be required to pay under section 42(1) of LDTA in respect of the relevant accounting period, and

(b)if the amount of the credit exceeds that amount of tax, by stating the amount of the excess credit.

(4) Where an amount of excess credit is stated in the tax return in accordance with paragraph (3)(b)—

(a)WRA may set off that amount against any amount of tax that the person is required to pay but has not yet paid, and

(b)if any amount of excess credit remains, WRA must pay the person an amount equal to that remaining amount.

(5) But WRA is not required to make a payment under paragraph (4)(b) unless and until each tax return that the person is required to make in respect of the tax has been made.

(6) In this regulation—

“the relevant insolvency event” (“y digwyddiad ansolfedd perthnasol”) means the insolvency event that gave rise to an entitlement to credit in respect of the taxable disposal;

“the relevant accounting period” (“y cyfnod cyfrifyddu perthnasol”) means the accounting period in respect of which the tax return containing the claim is made.

Claims by other persons

20.—(1) A person who—

(a)is not registered, and

(b)is entitled to customer insolvency credit in respect of a taxable disposal,

may claim the credit by making an application to WRA in writing.

(2) An application under paragraph (1) may not be made before the expiry of the period of six months beginning with the date of the relevant insolvency event.

(3) If WRA is satisfied that—

(a)the person is not registered,

(b)the person is entitled to an amount of customer insolvency credit, and

(c)the entitlement to the credit has not been transferred to any other person,

WRA must pay the person an amount equal to the amount of the credit.

(4) In this regulation, “the relevant insolvency event” means the insolvency event that gave rise to an entitlement to credit in respect of the taxable disposal.

Supplementary provision relating to claims

21.—(1) A claim for customer insolvency credit in respect of a taxable disposal must be for the entire amount (as opposed to only part of the amount) of the credit in respect of that disposal.

(2) Where a person is entitled to customer insolvency credit in respect of more than one taxable disposal, a claim may be in respect of each of those disposals, or in respect of only one or some of them.

(3) Where—

(a)an amount of customer insolvency credit is set off, under regulation 19(3)(a) or (4)(a), against an amount of tax that a person would otherwise be required to pay, or

(b)an amount equal to an amount of customer insolvency credit is paid to a person under regulation 19(4)(b) or 20(3),

the person is to be treated, for the purposes of this Part, as having benefited from that amount of credit.

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