HMRC vs MGH

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Auldheid says: July 8, 2015 at 6:47 pm Looking ahead …

Comment on HMRC vs MGH by castaway.

Auldheid says:
July 8, 2015 at 6:47 pm

Looking ahead has anyone given any thought to what a decision in favour of HMRC would mean for the LNS Decision based on the premise that at that time the ebts used were not themselves irregular if it turns out they were?

Additionally does evidence that LNS only reached his decision because the true nature of some ebts used, ie the early DOS ones, were irregular also impact on the validity of the Decision he reached?

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Auldheid,

You’ve already made an excellent case for setting aside LNS.

Surely that stands on its own merits, independent of any interpretations at CoS?

Once again huge thanks to JC. Marvellous.

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