Minibus for wheelchairs adaptable for normal seats remained zero-rated. Citations: Times 19-Mar-1997, Times 04-Mar-1997 Statutes: Value Added Tax Act 1994 Sch 8 Grp 15 VAT Updated: 15 May 2022; Ref: scu.79387
The appellants were doctors practicing far from a pharmacy. They themselves administered rather than dispensed drugs direct to their clients under the regulation. They appealed a finding that the supplies were exempt supplies, asserting instead that they were zero-rated. The NHS refused to make an allowance against VAT paid on drugs supplied to regulation 20 … Continue reading Doctor Beynon and Partners v Commissioners of Customs and Excise: CA 20 Dec 2002
The taxpayer appealed a decision that a conversion of a non-residential part of a building used for business and residential purposes was not exempt from VAT.
Held: The building was not within the definition of a self contained residential . .
The Directive exempted from a charge to VAT for letting of imoveable property. The taxpayer challenged the requirement to charge to VAT his business of leasing pitches for caravans.
Held: The directive allowed member states to derogate from . .
The taxpayer licensed static caravans on seasonal pitches on its land. They claimed exemption from charging VAT on the basis that they were residential lettings exempt under European legislation.
Held: The appeal failed. The legislation . .