HM Revenue & Customs

Agent Authorisation

For further information about appointing someone to deal with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for you or authorising an agent, follow the links below on GOV.UK. If you already have a 64-8 authorisation in place then you don't need any additional authorisation to deal with this non-resident CGT submission.

Appoint someone to deal with HMRC on your behalf

Client authorisation: an overview

Please note: You should submit your return first as this will generate an automatic submission acknowledgment email which quotes a unique Case ID number. When you send your agent authorisation to please quote either your submission Case ID number (which can be found towards the bottom of the automatic submission acknowledgment email) or your non-resident CGT reference starting 'NRCGT' and followed by numbers. You should also include 'Non-resident CGT on UK Property or Land' in the title and give details of the chargeable person.

Do not use this email address for any purpose apart from sending computations, estimates, valuations or letters of authority for non-resident CGT gains and losses. Do not include any other personal or confidential information, such as, bank account information.

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