Where for any accounting period1 there is a non-trading deficit2 on a company's loan relationships3 ('the deficit period')4, the basic rule is that the deficit must be carried forward and set off against non-trading profits of the company for accounting periods after the deficit period5.
That basic rule does not apply to so much of the deficit as:
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