HMRC have updated their short page on this topic in the Capital Gains manual at CG 37511. The amended wording now reads as follows:
“The principle of Crowe v Appleby does not apply to land in Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland, because in both countries the beneficiary could call upon the trustees to convey to him or her an undivided share in the property.”
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