There are anti-avoidance provisions which are essentially aimed at preventing taxpayers from entering into sale and leaseback transactions involving land which result in them:

receiving a capital sum, which may bear relatively little tax; and

paying revenue expenses, which are similar in total to the capital sum received, but which attract income tax relief.

The principal ‘counteraction’ against such transactions is made by restricting the amount of the income tax relief.

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