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Old 12-12-2012, 05:51   #31
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Re: UK Part 1 registration via UK company by a non UK person

i replied, nope its still 9 , there is a way to do what you want without all that fuss. Its called the SSR.

PS: you could also consider the Belgian registry
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:02   #32
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Re: UK Part 1 registration via UK company by a non UK person

Hehe ... ok anyone here interested in yearly xmas shopping pls send me a PM if I can use their address for the SSR ... :-)
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Old 13-12-2012, 03:15   #33
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Re: UK Part 1 registration via UK company by a non UK person

@Dave : SLP inside

Amongst other things, the SLP must have principal place of business in
Scotland in order to become registered. However, it is possible to migrate this to another jurisdiction following registration
and for the SLP’s activities to be managed offshore
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Taxation of partners in an SLP
UK tax resident partners are subject to UK tax on their share of worldwide partnership profits. Those partners who are not
UK resident, however, will only pay UK tax if the partnership is carrying on a trade in the UK, and only on their share of
profits arising in the UK. Whether or not partnership activities amount to a trade can be a difficult question, and care must
be taken to ensure that the SLP will not inadvertently act in such a way as to be deemed to be carrying on a trade in the UK.
Provided the partnership is not trading in the UK, however, no UK tax will be payable by non-UK resident partners.


I'd say a SLP is a fine vehicle for non-UK resident to own a UK boat ! ... :-)
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