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The following cases are intended to provide an overview of the relevant case law which tests the application of the anti-avoidance provisions by HMRC.
The college, which made predominately exempt supplies for VAT purposes, entered into an arrangement intended to reduce the amount of irrecoverable VAT incurred on the renovation of the library.
In order to mitigate the amount of irrecoverable VAT incurred, the college formed a wholly owned subsidiary and funded all of the subsidiary's set up costs. The directors were all members of the college.
The college opted to tax the main college building including the library. The college entered into an agreement with the subsidiary and a formal lease was granted when the building was completed. The college granted its subsidiary a lease of the new library for lease premium of £1,000 plus VAT for a term of 11 years. The annual rent was £165,000 plus VAT.
The college also agreed to sell the library books and other assets to its subsidiary. The college also provided the staff and operat
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