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(1) The following provisions of this section apply in relation to a payment that is a qualifying payment in relation to a company if—
(a) a notice specifying that payment is given to the company under section 26, and
(b) when the notice is given, conditions A to E of section 26 are satisfied in relation to the company.
(2) The company must compute (or recompute) for the purposes of corporation tax for the accounting period specified in the notice its income or chargeable gains, or its liability to corporation tax, as if the relevant part of the qualifying payment were an amount of income chargeable under Case VI of Schedule D arising to the company in that period.
(3) The relevant part of the qualifying payment is the part by reference to which conditions C and D are satisfied; and, where conditions C and D are satisfied in relation to the whole of the qualifying payment, the relevant part is the whole of the qualifying payment.
(4) In this section “qualifying payment” has the same meaning as in section 26.
This Act received Royal Assent on 20 July 2005: for provision as to the effect of this section see s 31(4), (5).