||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 95 (Jan)
|| EWHC 15 (Ch)
||Rupert Anderson QC, Philip Moser and David Bedenham (instructed by Solicitors for Revenue and Customs and Howes Percival LLP) for the Revenue.
||David Scorey, Jern-Fei Ng (instructed by Mallets) for the first taxpayer.
||Kieron Beal, Eleni Mitrophanous (instructed by BDO Stoy Hayward) for the second taxpayer.
||16 January 2009
Value added tax - Input tax - Disallowance of input tax - Missing trader intra-community fraud - Revenue and Customs Commissioners disallowing taxpayer companies' input tax claims - Revenue taking view that taxpayers involved in fraudulent VAT transactions - VAT and Duties Tribunal deciding allowing taxpayers' appeals - Whether tribunal erring in law in deciding what taxpayers 'knew' or 'should have known' .
Value added tax Input tax. Chancery Division: The appeal by the Revenue and Customs Commissioners' against the decision by a VAT and Duties Tribunal in respect of the Revenue's decision to refuse to repay input tax reclaimed by two taxpayer companies on export of goods to another member state was dismissed in respect of the first taxpayer company, but allowed in respect of the second taxpayer company.
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