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Hi, Sam here , one of the UK tax Experts here on Just Answer, thank you for your question and I shall reply shortly
Its quite right that the option to tax property should charge VAT on the rental income and that yes in all cases the place of supply is in the UK, were it goods then fine but this is not - you are correct in your thought process and they ca claim the full gross amount charged against their profits so they do not lose out either
Thanks for your response I can only advsie the basic VAT rules and that is that with option to tax rental space is subjected to VAT and this client rents Uk space in a building opted to tax so UK VAT is due.
I cannot comment on their VAT position or whether they should or should not charge VAT on any UK clients as this is their business position not within the remit of yours.
We cannot offer one to one formal services as although some of us have accountancy jobs (and I have my own business) through our affiliation with Just Answer we agree to assist at arms length (through just Answer) and cannot offer advsie or representation directly - I am sorry
But as to your last question VAT is due whether unlimited or shared or fixed
You are welcome