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[Transferor's name and Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR)]
[Transferee's name and UTR]
Election to apportion the price of fixtures under section 198 of the Capital Allowances Act 2001
Notice is hereby given of an election made under section 198 of the Capital Allowances Act 2001 (CAA 2001).
This election is made jointly by [name of transferor], as transferor (the Transferor), whose Unique Taxpayer Reference is [UTR] and [name of transferee], as transferee (the Transferee) whose Unique Taxpayer Reference is [UTR] in respect of the property known as [details of property and the address] with HM Land Registry title number [
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