CLAIMS MUST BE QUANTIFIED

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54  A claim under any provision of the Corporation Tax Acts for a relief, an allowance or a repayment of tax must be for an amount which is quantified at the time when the claim is made.

Cross references

ICTA 1988, s. 444AD(3): nothing in para. 54–60 applies to an election under ICTA 1988, s. 444AD(2) (transfers of business: modification of s. 83(2B) FA 1989).

CAA 2001, s. 3(5): para. 54–60 apply for corporation tax purposes to a claim for an allowance under CAA 2001, s. 260(3)(b) or CAA 2001, s. 355.

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