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Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: District Auditors (Inspectors). (1 Mar 1922)

Mr Francis Jackson: ...recently been appointed to inspect and supervise the work of district auditors; what is the reason for their appointment; and whether the cost of their services entails or will entail additional Stamp Duty under the Stamp Duty (Local Authorities) Order of 1921?

Orders of the Day — East India Loans (Railways and Irrigation) Bill.: Clause 6. — (Transfer books of capital stock.) (5 Apr 1922) two or more credible witnesses; and in such case the person or persons to whom such transfer or transfers shall be made may respectively underwrite his, her, or their acceptance thereof; and no stamp duties whatsoever shall be charged on the said transfers or any of them.


Sir Alfred Mond: ...same basis as the other local authorities. The effect of the change which it is sought to make will incidentally be that there will be a considerable reduction effected in the amount of the audit Stamp Duty paid by guardians and rural district councils. I mention this specially because I have been asked a question about audit Stamp Duty, and I feel rather strongly on the matter, and I am...

Oral Answers to Questions — Safeguarding of Industries Act.: Company Registration Fee. (12 Apr 1922)

Mr. YOUNG: My hon. Friend may rest assured that the Stamp Duty on the capital of companies will be considered along with other taxes in connection with the forthcoming Budget.

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Amendment of Law. (2 May 1922)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Assheton Pownall: ...had been made during the War had not been taxed. He apparently forgot the fact that during the last two years of the War, when the greater part of these big sums were being earned, Excess Profits Duty was being paid at the rate of 80 per cent. and that the remaining 20 per cent, was made subject to increased Income Tax and Super-tax, which worked out at 80 or 90 per cent. I remember seeing...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords], (15 May 1922)

Mr Edmund Royds: ..., it does not exceed 1 per cent, of the purchase money. The general public do not know that, because, in addition to that one per cent., they have also to pay one per cent, of the purchase money in Stamp Duty to the Government. If you want to cheapen the cost of transferring land, the best way is to reduce the Stamp Duty. That will cheapen it straight away without involving these new and...

LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, etc.]. (25 May 1922)


Business of the House. (29 May 1922)

Motion made, and Question put, That the Proceedings in Committee on Law of Property [Stamp Duty, etc.], and on the Resolution relating to National Health Insurance [Expenses] be exempted at this day's Sitting from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House.)"— [Mr. Chamberlain.]

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (29 May 1922)

Mr Ernest Pretyman: continued in connection with the transfer of land. On every transfer of land to-day or on every grant of a lease of over twenty-one years, particulars have to be furnished for increment value duty. That involves the expense of a guinea and a half—the ordinary charge of the solicitor who is executing the conveyance for furnishing these particulars and getting the stamp affixed which...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, Etc.]. (29 May 1922)

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY [STAMP DUTY, Etc.].

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Stamp Office, Portsmouth. (30 May 1922)

Sir Thomas Bramsdon: 71. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury if it has been decided in the interest of economy to close the stamp office at Portsmouth in July next; if so, will he state in what way economy will be effected and the amount of it, and what individual services will be dispensed with at Portsmouth; whether increased duties or services will be occasioned at the central office in London;...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords].: Clause 150. — (Succession to real and personal estate on intestacy.) (14 Jun 1922)

...suggestion of the. Member for Central Portsmouth (Sir T. Brarnsdon) that the provision with regard to attaching the seal was taken out. He will also remember that on one occasion I asked that the Stamp Duty on a reconveyance might be removed, so that the procedure might be cheapened and made easier, and in view of the fact that the word "half" is well known to all, whereas the word...

Orders of the Day — LAW OF PROPERTY BILL [Lords]. (16 Jun 1922)

...the law of transfer. I know he is genuine in that desire, but there is one very simple way in which it can be done. Take the ordinary conveyance conveying land of more than £1,000 in value. The stamp duty upon that conveyance is generally in excess of the legal costs incurred. This stamp duty has been raised in recent years. If the Government are genuinely anxious to make the transfer of...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Stamp Duty on Certificates of Registration of Alkali, etc., Works. (16 Jun 1922)

Stamp Duty on Certificates of Registration of Alkali, etc., Works.

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Stamp Duty on Certificates of Regis-Stratton of Alkali, etc., Works. (19 Jun 1922)

Stamp Duty on Certificates of Regis-Stratton of Alkali, etc., Works.

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Power to Borrow Moneys Required for Certain Sinking Funds. (19 Jun 1922)

Mr John Baird: I beg to move to leave out the words at rates which shall be fixed by the Treasury after consultation with the Minister of Health and the Secretary for Scotland, and which shall be such that the duties levied under the said Act shall not exceed the amount required to meet the costs incurred in respect of the remuneration (including superannuation allowances) arid expenses of the inspectors,...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Alkali, etc., works stamp duty.) (21 Jun 1922)

New Clause. — (Alkali, etc., works stamp duty.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Repeal of 10 and 11 Geo. V., c 18, ss. 52–56.) (28 Jun 1922)

Mr John Rawlinson: every way. The policy has been to turn these partnerships into limited liability companies, and the idea has been to get them to do this. The Government gain by this policy, because the stamp duty in the first place is pretty considerable, and there is also Income Tax paid on the profits of the company. Therefore, for some reason or another, it has always been thought desirable to turn...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Estate Duty.) (28 Jun 1922)

Mr Edmund Royds: May I ask whether, when a settlement of land is executed now, a stamp duty of 1 per cent. on the value of the property is not payable, while at the time of the Act of 1894 a stamp duty of 10s. only had to be placed on the deed, so that a person now has already paid on the settlement itself an ad valorem duty of 1 per cent. at the time it was settled, and in addition he will have to pay this duty?

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