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Corporate Intangibles Research and Development Manual

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Land Remediation Relief: Tax Credit: Changes in qualifying land remediation loss

FA07/Sch24/Para3

Circumstances may mean that the amount of the qualifying land remediation loss changes after a claim for a tax credit has been made. For example if additional compensation is received (see CIRD63135).

If a change in circumstances means that a claim for a Land Remediation tax credit has become excessive then the Company must notify HMRC.

If it is still within the time limit, then the Company should submit an amended return.

If the Company does not submit an amended return or if the enquiry window is coming to a close then the Officer of HMRC should open an enquiry into the return.

For guidance on making a discovery assessment to recover an excessive tax credit, see CIRD68065.