The method of bringing a case to the Tribunal will depend on the type of case and, initially, whether or not the case concerns an appealable decision.

Prior to the introduction of the Tribunal system in 2009, it was generally HMRC who controlled the timing of cases coming to the Tribunal’s attention. Although taxpayers had the right to notify the matter to the Tribunal unilaterally, very few were aware of this right and, therefore, the right was rarely exercised.

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