The Funding Corporation Ltd v Revenue Customs: VDT 4 Apr 2006

VDT VALUE ADDED TAX – Direction to pay costs to the successful party (the Appellant) – rule 29(1) of the VAT Tribunals Rules 1986 – whether costs should be awarded on the standard basis or alternatively on the indemnity basis – CPR rule 44.4 applied by analogy – in the light of their conduct of the litigation, the Commissioners directed to pay costs on the indemnity basis.


[2006] UKVAT V19525




England and Wales


CitedReid Minty (a firm) v Taylor CA 2002
New CPR govern Indemnity Costs awards
The defendant had successfully defended the main claim and now appealed against the refusal of an order for costs on an indemnity basis even though judge thought that the claimants had behaved unreasonably. He had said that some conduct deserving of . .
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VAT, Costs

Updated: 18 July 2022; Ref: scu.242764