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Tax Litigation HandbookTax Litigation Handbook authored by Pump Court Tax Chambers is the successor to the previously published Hamilton on Tax Appeals. It covers tax appeals process (First Tier Tribunal and Upper Tier litigation), including the types of decision that can be appealed and how an appeal can be brought. It also addresses procedures relating to other types of tax litigation, such as judicial review to the Upper Tier Tribunal, claims for professional negligence, insolvency procedures and High Court litigation. The rules are for remote hearings which have been more common in recent times are also covered. The procedures and principles for seeking costs before the First Tier Tribunal are covered in a separate chapter. All commentary is clearly presented with extensive referencing to relevant cases . The book will be of interest to those representing clients of all sizes in an appeal, or those considering appealing a decision.
Pump Court Tax Chambers are described by the Legal 500 as "undoubtedly the biggest and best tax set in London", offering unparalleled expertise in every area of revenue law from the largest corporate transactions to issues facing the private individual. They have over 30 Barristers specialising in tax and are the only Chambers ranked in Tier 1 in all three tax sections (private client, corporate and VAT/indirect tax) of the Legal 500.
Introduction Bringing an Appeal to the First-tier Tribunal The Jurisdiction of the First-tier Tribunal Pleadings Case Management and Directions Striking out appeals, barring orders and withdrawing appeals Evidence in Tribunal Appeals Disclosure The Hearing Remote Hearings Costs Appeals Judicial Review Claims for Professional Negligence Claims in unjust enrichment Part 8 Claims (rectification, variation of trusts Insolvency Litigation Magistrates Court Proceedings EU Law ADR A Guide for Litigants in Person Appendices