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HMRC internal manual

Compliance Handbook

Information & Inspection Powers: Examples of information notices and letters: Contents

Where it is necessary to give an information notice or notice of an inspection the notice must be on HMRC headed paper and should be based on the examples found by following the links.

When you are asking for information or documents that could include legal advice see CH22240 before using these examples.

CHApp1.1 Taxpayer Notice: Unapproved
CHApp1.2 Taxpayer Notice: Opportunity letter
CHApp1.3 Taxpayer Notice: Tribunal approved
CHApp1.4 Third Party Notice: Summary of reasons: Letter to named person
CHApp1.5 Third Party Notice: Opportunity letter: Letter to third party
CHApp1.6 Third Party Notice: Taxpayer approved: Letter to third party
CHApp1.7 Third Party Notice: Tribunal approved: Letter to third party
CHApp1.7.1 Third Party Notice: Para 34 unapproved
CHApp1.8 Identity Unknown Notice
CHApp1.9 Confirmation of inspection and notice to produce documents and information
CHApp1.10 Inspection of premises, assets, goods and documents: Appointment letter
CHApp1.11 Inspection Notice: Authorised officer agreement
CHApp1.12 Announced Inspection Notice: Tribunal approved
CHApp1.13 Unannounced Inspection Notice: Tribunal approved