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Charge to income tax in respect of a house property - deemed income - The words “where the property is let” in sections 23(1)(b) and 23(1)(c), thus, represents a state of actual letting and cannot be extended to a state of ‘intended letting’. ‘Letting’, it may be appreciated, is a culmination of ‘intended letting’, so that the Act stipulates a maturity/completion of the intention to let. The words “actually let” in section 23(3) have no bearing at all in the matter. - Tri

Income Tax - Charge to income tax in respect of a house property - deemed income - The words “where the property is let” in sections 23(1)(b) and 23(1)(c), thus, represents a state of actual letting and cannot be extended to a state of ‘intended letting’. ‘Letting’, it may be appreciated, is a culmination of ‘intended letting’, so that the Act stipulates a maturity/completion of the intention to let. The words “actually let” in section 23(3) have no bearing at all in the matter. - Tri - TMI Updates - Highlights .....

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