Holding an interest in commercial property: tax

Many commercial property transactions are potentially liable to direct and indirect taxes. This practice note considers the tax treatment where a corporate taxpayer holds an interest in commercial property.

NOTE: This resource is being reviewed in light of the Spring 2017 Budget. For more information, see Legal update: archive, Spring 2017 Budget: key business tax announcements.

Huw Witty, Gordon Dadds LLP

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