In Netbusters (UK) Ltd v HMRC [2020] TC07915, the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) allowed the taxpayer’s appeal finding that a single exempt supply of football and netball pitches was made.

Group 1, Schedule 9 of VATA 1994 exempts the grant of any interest in or right over land or of any licence to occupy land, subject to a number of exceptions.

The FTT allowed the appeal, finding that:

Useful guides on this topic

Land & Property VAT
An outline of the VAT treatment of some of the more common supplies of land and property.

Mixed supplies: Single or multiple supply?
Where a business supplies mixed services it is important to establish whether this is a single supply or multiple supplies if different VAT rates may apply.

Opting to tax land and property
What is an option to tax? What do I need to do to opt to tax? What happens if I buy an opted property?

Partial exemption & input VAT
How do you calculate the amount of input tax you can recover under the VAT partial exemption rules? What are the de minimis rules?

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Netbusters (UK) Ltd v HMRC [2020] TC07915