As part of an ongoing series, we are speaking with various people within our Tax team to discuss public court cases and explore what our clients can learn from them.
In our second video in the series, Charlotte Page, a Senior Manager within our Tax team analyses two High Court tax cases – Briararch Ltd and Curtis Henderson Ltd (STC 732 heard together). These cases concerned property and involved a similar principle in each case, the recovery of VAT on new residential properties.
What do these cases mean for everyone else, and how can Price Bailey’s Tax Investigation Service support clients that are being investigated by HMRC?
Watch our video below to find out more.
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