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27-3-2016 10:48 pm  #1


Application to tribunal - request for hardship relief.

 ARTG3330 - Reviews and appeals for indirect taxes: Payment of tax pending the outcome: Hardship applications
Section 84(3B) VATA 1994, s 16(3)(a)(ii) FA 1994


Before the tribunal may hear a customer’s appeal, any disputed tax must have been paid to HMRC. But if it would cause the customer hardship to pay the tax due they may ask HMRC to agree that payment be suspended until the tribunal appeal is settled. If HMRC do not agree the customer may apply to the tribunal to determine the matter. This is known as a hardship application.

The customer may make a hardship application by writing to HMRC, giving 


  • details of the appeal, and
  • the reasons why they believe payment would cause hardship, and
  • the amount they are asking to be suspended.

For Excise and Customs cases, instead of paying the duty the customer could provide guaranteed security for the amount of duty payable. Or, if it would cause the customer hardship we can waive the requirement to security or accept lesser security.

If the duty has not been paid and we accept any of full security, no security or lesser security we have to issue a certificate to that effect, see ARTG3350.


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