Property contracts: dealing with plant and machinery capital allowances

This practice note looks at the issues that need to be considered when drafting or negotiating a clause in a property sale contract dealing with plant and machinery capital allowances. It considers the Finance Act 2012 rules applicable from April 2012, which impose additional requirements before a buyer can claim plant and machinery capital allowances on property fixtures.

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