Taxes Consolidation Act, 1997 (Number 39 of 1997)
314 Procedure on apportionment.
[ITA67 s301; CTA76 s21(1) and Sch1 par47]
(1) Where under or by virtue of this Part any sum is to be apportioned and at the time of the apportionment it appears that it is material as respects the liability to tax (for whatever chargeable period) of 2 or more persons, any question which arises as to the manner in which the sum is to be apportioned shall be determined, for the purposes of the tax of all those persons, by the Appeal Commissioners in the like manner as if it were an appeal against an assessment to income tax under Schedule D, and the provisions of the Income Tax Acts relating to such an appeal shall apply accordingly with any necessary modifications, and all those persons shall be entitled to appear and be heard by the Appeal Commissioners or to make representations to them in writing.
(1) (a)Where, in relation to an apportionment to be made under this Part—
(i) it appears, at the time of the apportionment, that it is material as respects the liability to tax (for whatever period) of 2 or more persons, and
(ii) it is not possible for a person making the apportionment and the relevant inspector to agree on the apportionment,
the inspector shall determine the apportionment and give notice in writing of the determination to each person affected by that apportionment.
(b) A person aggrieved by a determination made under paragraph (a) in respect of that person may appeal the determination to the Appeal Commissioners, in accordance with section 949I, within the period of 30 days after the date of the notice of that determination, for their determination of a just and reasonable apportionment.
(2) This section shall apply in relation to any determination for the purposes of this Part of the price which property would have fetched if sold in the open market as it applies in relation to apportionments.