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27.06.2016

 

On 22 June 2016, the the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled in the Dutch preliminary ruling case Gemeente Woerden (C-267/15) that where a taxable person has had a building constructed and has sold that building at a loss, this person may deduct all of the VAT paid in respect of the construction of that building, and not only a part of that tax in proportion to the parts of the building which its purchaser uses for economic activities. The fact that that purchaser allows the building at issue to be used without charge is of no importance in that regard.

 

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