Guidance

VAT appeal updates

VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.

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This is a list of cases where HMRC has:

  • lost at the First-tier Tribunal that could have a wider impact
  • lost in the Upper Tribunal or higher courts
  • taken a decision about whether to appeal

Cases where HMRC has partly lost are also included, where they meet the above criteria.

The list includes details of cases where a decision has been handed down since 1 January 2010. It’s updated on a bimonthly basis and details of finalised cases are retained for 6 months.

Published 1 January 2010
Last updated 15 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. The list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses has been updated.
  2. The list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses has been updated.
  3. An updated list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  4. An updated list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  5. An updated list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  6. An updated list of VAT appeals that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  7. VAT appeal updated list that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  8. VAT appeal updated list that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  9. VAT appeal updated list that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  10. VAT appeal updated list that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
  11. VAT appeal updated list that HM Revenue and Customs has lost and that may have implications for other businesses.
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