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Property Partnerships
Property Partnerships

Where property is owned jointly, the way in which the rental income is taxed depends on whether the letting is carried on in partnership. However, joint letting does not in itself create a partnership – HMRC’s view is that where a jointly-owned property is let out, there will not usually be a property partnership but where one exists this will determine how profits and losses are treated.

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Property Partnerships

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