Nov 9, 2018
Supermarkets win £300m cash machine case
Retailers will no longer have to pay millions of pounds in business rates for cash machines outside their shops, following a ruling by the Appeal Court. Since 2010 supermarkets and convenience stores have been liable to pay rates on the machines. The court also decided that The Valuation Office - which brought the original case - should not be allowed to appeal to the Supreme Court. The Valuation Office can still petition the Supreme Court should it wish to do so. ATM operator Cardtronics was also involved in bringing the case.
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