Anthony Murphy and Robert Horton (Former administration of DCC Realisations Limited) v The Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs: [2012] UKUT 44 (TCC)

Upper Tribunal Tax & Chancery decision of Mr Justice Roth and Judge Hellier on 9 December 2011.

Read the full decision in Anthony Murphy and Robert Horton (Former administration of DCC Realisations Limited) v The Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs: [2012] UKUT 44 (TCC).

EXCISE DUTY – sections 55 and 62 Alcohol Liquors Duties Act 1979, Cider and Perry Regulations 1989, Wine and Made-wine Regulations 1989 – whether a discontinuance within regulation 13(a) on a sale of a business as a going concern holding stock of cider and made-wine – position where premises are both cider premises and a winery but made-wine is held only for the purpose of the cider business – proviso to regulation 12: application for some other purpose.

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