Tax treaties are no different, juridically speaking, from any other treaties that may be entered into by the UK. Tax treaties do differ from their counterparts outside the tax area, in that, with two exceptions, they are bilateral while the UK is a party to many multilateral treaties in other areas. The distinction is of limited significance, although it arguably affects the way in which treaties are interpreted.

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