The U.K. tax office released regulations detailing how tax disputes with EU countries will be resolved after it leaves the bloc at the end of January.
The rules implement the European Union’s Union Arbitration Convention. As part of the Brexit withdrawal agreement, the U.K said it would continue to apply all EU rules until Dec. 31. The U.K. may choose to drop the Convention after that date or keep it.
- The regulations published Thursday affect any income and capital gains tax disputes involving taxpayers who are residents of EU countries. They become effective Feb. 14.
- The U.K. rules cover...