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    I have watched the feed. For me the appellant put forward a very strong case. But my EBTs range from 2011-12 to 2014-15, they mention a change of legislation. When did that come into force to make all loan payments taxable?

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    Will the new legislation proposed for 2019 be subject to judicial review as were APN's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neetrocfp View Post
    Will the new legislation proposed for 2019 be subject to judicial review as were APN's?
    You'll have to wait until 2019 to know.
    Cannot initiate a JR until you have been actually affected by the legislation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DotasScandal View Post
    You'll have to wait until 2019 to know.
    Cannot initiate a JR until you have been actually affected by the legislation.
    No doubt people will be affected and those people will want a revue; let me rephrase the question: can a judicial review be disallowed?

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    If Rangers win their appeal, does it weaken the HMRC position regarding 2019?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbar99920 View Post
    If Rangers win their appeal, does it weaken the HMRC position regarding 2019?
    No - absolutely no effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neetrocfp View Post
    No doubt people will be affected and those people will want a revue; let me rephrase the question: can a judicial review be disallowed?
    Don't know. But it's not enough to "want" one - it needs to be funded, and that's out of reach for most people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DotasScandal View Post
    Don't know. But it's not enough to "want" one - it needs to be funded, and that's out of reach for most people.
    Disagree, this is the one catch all piece of legislation where we can all join together as it isn't scheme specific, will be cheap as chips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan View Post
    Disagree, this is the one catch all piece of legislation where we can all join together as it isn't scheme specific, will be cheap as chips!
    Sounds like you're talking about BIG Group which already exists, a group where everyone joins together (except those who have stuck their head in the sand) and isn't scheme specific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jes1 View Post
    Sounds like you're talking about BIG Group which already exists, a group where everyone joins together (except those who have stuck their head in the sand) and isn't scheme specific.
    No.

    I'm not a member of BG, it doesn't give me anything at all but don't have my head in the sand.

    For the 2019 JR all the groups (inc BG) can band together.

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