Section 8B Claims under section 8A
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Section 8B inserted by Finance Act 2008 section 10 and Schedule 4 para 2 in relation to cases where the survivor's death occurs on or after 9 October 2007.
(1) A claim under section 8A above may be made—
(a) by the personal representatives of the survivor within the permitted period, or
(b) (if no claim is so made) by any other person liable to the tax chargeable on the survivor’s death within such later period as an officer of Revenue and Customs may in the particular case allow.
(2) If no claim under section 8A above has been made in relation to a person (P) by reference to whose death that section applies in relation to the survivor, the claim under that section in relation to the survivor may include a claim under that section in relation to P if that does not affect the tax chargeable on the value transferred by the chargeable transfer of value made on P’s death.
(3) In subsection (1)(a) above “the permitted period” means—
(a) the period of two years from the end of the month in which the survivor dies or (if it ends later) the period of three months beginning with the date on which the personal representatives first act as such, or
(b) such longer period as an officer of Revenue and Customs may in the particular case allow.
(4) A claim made within either of the periods mentioned in subsection (3)(a) above may be withdrawn no later than one month after the end of the period concerned.