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This guidance note follows on from the Demerger via a liquidation ― overview guidance note which gives an introduction to demergers via liquidations (also known as non-statutory demergers, or s 110 demergers) and includes diagrams to illustrate a typical demerger via liquidation. HMRC clearances will be required if this demerger route is chosen and appropriate time should be built into the transactions process for these. For more information, see the Demerger clearances guidance note.
For overall guidance on demergers, including choice of the most appropriate route and planning the demerger project, see the Demergers ― overview guidance note.
There is more than one method for carrying out a liquidation demerger. However, the typical steps for carrying out a liquidation demerger are shown below. Depending on the steps involved, tax charges can be triggered either at the corporate or shareholder level (or both). For a more detailed description of the steps involved in a liquidation demerger, see the Demerger via a liquidation ― overview guidance note.
A high level overview of the steps and related tax implications are as follows:
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