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The High Court judgment in Drummond seems to save the taxpayer from having an artificial loss converted into an artificial gain, says MIKE TRUMAN
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CGT and private residence relief

HMRC have changed their view on the entitlement to capital gains tax letting relief under TCGA 1992, s 223(4) where a private residence was occupied by a dependent relative before 6 April 1988.
Previously, HMRC were of the opinion that relief under s 223(4) would not be available where only or main residence relief is due on a residence occupied by a dependent relative. HMRC now consider that lettings relief may be due. CG64718 will be amended to reflect this change of view and CG65562 will be withdrawn.

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