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Written by a barrister with a wealth of personal experience of tax appeals, Tax Chamber Hearings is a clear, practical guide to the procedures involved when a taxpayer takes a case to the Tax Chamber at the First-tier Tribunal.
The text explains when and how a taxpayer can commence proceedings in the Tax Chamber, and the procedures undertaken before a hearing takes place (including case management decisions), during the hearing itself and after a decision is made.
The author relies upon his considerable experience in representing taxpayers in the Tax Chamber to provide a clear guide of what a taxpayer or representative should expect when a case is taken to the Tribunal.
Full reference is made throughout to relevant legislation, to case law and to guidance from both HMRC and the Tribunal itself.
In this fully updated edition the high profile cases include Jones v Garnett (the 'Artic Systems' case) where he was the junior barrister for the successful taxpayer in the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords, Charlton v HMRC, Cotter v HMRC and HMRC v Grace.