The changes in 2014 effectively changed the way in which capital allowance claims against the majority of commercial property transactions were calculated and also enforced a time deadline to claiming. This meant that the tax benefit available was now exposed to being lost and put additional pressure on those involved in property transactions. Solicitors and accountants were forced to include capital allowances into their routines and take a proactive approach to avoid the risk of negligence claims.

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