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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of underclaim.
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And Mr Burnham said he had "underclaimed" the maximum amount available to him under the second homes allowance by a total of £40,000 over the past five years.
Kay also stated that in about 1992, the company had underclaimed for VAT input on capital goods.
But when Sir Ian Kennedy, new head of Ipsa, reviewed the case, as he did a number of appeals, he found that the MP was right, Legg wrong and that MacShane had underclaimed by
Didn't dispute, altho 'over 5 yrs Legg looked at, I had actually underclaimed.