The meaning of ‘designed solely for use by a handicapped person’ has often featured in disputes with HMRC because many items for the disabled can be used by the able-bodied.

A key point is that the design is for the handicapped. It is irrelevant whether the item is actually used by the able-bodied, but whether the design was intended for the disabled.

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