1.2M Personal Liability Notice against a Company Director successfully quashed
Success for Rainer Hughes (instructing David Bedenham of 11KBW) in significant Kittel personal liability case.
In Bachra v HMRC, HMRC denied a company input tax on the Kittel basis and issued it with penalties under Schedule 24 of the Finance Act 2007. HMRC then issued Personal Liability Notices (in the amount of £1.2 million) to the director of the company on the basis that inaccuracies in the company’s vat returns were deliberate and attributable to the director.
After a hotly contested 6 day hearing, the Tribunal allowed the director’s appeal in full and quashed the personal liability notices.
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