In Christopher Thomson v HMRC [2021] TC08337A, the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) allowed an Entrepreneurs’ Relief claim on the disposal of a partnership asset as the property disposal was part of the wider disposal of the partnership business even though that process had lasted over 20 years.

The FTT found that the disposal of the property represented the sale of part of a business as:

Useful guides on this topic

Business Asset Disposal Relief (Entrepreneurs’ Relief): Disposal of a business
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Business Asset Disposal Relief (Entrepreneurs’ Relief): At a glance
This is a freeview 'At a glance' guide to CGT Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR), the relief formerly known as Entrepreneurs' Relief.

How to appeal an HMRC decision
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Christopher Thomson v HMRC [2021] TC08337A

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