Code of Practice 9 is only issued as part of the Contractual Disclosure Facility and is solely used by HMRC Fraud Investigation Service. Code of Practice 9 is a leaflet which sets out HMRC's position on, and how to complete, the Contractual Disclosure forms and what the process of the HMRC investigation into their suspected serious tax fraud is.
The offer to take part in the Contractual Disclosure Facility and the issue of Code of Practice 9 are only undertaken where HMRC suspect serious tax evasion.
In effect, Code of Practice 9 sets out the protocols and procedures that HMRC expect to work under, where they are suspecting serious tax fraud outlining that:
Read more about Code of Practice 9 (COP9).
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