Results 841–860 of 3000 for stamp duty

Civil Services and Revenue Departments' Supplementary Estimates, 1920–21.: Public Buildings, Great Britain. (25 Feb 1921)

Sir Cyril Entwistle: ...in foreseeing this expenditure in the original Estimate the Vote ought not to be passed. With regard to the purpose of the freehold site in Bloomsbury an additional sum is required to meet Stamp Duty on the conveyance. How is it that the right hon. Gentleman could not estimate for the Stamp Duty on the conveyance in the original estimate for the purchase price. The cost of the freehold...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Clause 1 — Change in method of calculating tax on residential property transactions (12 Jan 2015)

David Gauke: It is a great pleasure to serve under your Chairmanship, Mrs Riordan, and to debate the Bill. Clause 1 amends section 55 of the Finance Act 2003 to change the basis of calculation for stamp duty land tax on residential property transactions, and provide a new table of rates and thresholds that apply to those transactions. It also introduces the schedule that makes the consequential changes to...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 29. — (Stamp Duty on Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes.) (14 Jun 1961)

Mr Gilbert Mitchison: On the Second Reading of the Bill, the right hon. and learned Gentleman the Chancellor of the Exchequer said: Clause 29 deals with Stamp Duty on bills of exchange. I think that this is a useful Clause, embodying a change to which, perhaps, sufficient attention has not yet been paid. Encouraged by those remarks, I paid a little more attention to the Clause. The Chancellor pointed out that the...

Orders of the Day — Taxation (11 Apr 1967)

Now I come to stamp duty. When companies are formed there is a duty of 10s. per £100 on the nominal share capital; and the same duty is payable on any increase in the nominal share capital. There is also a duty on the issue of loan capital, but this is at the rate of 2s. 6d. per £100. I propose to extend the 10s. rate of duty to loan capital, and also to bring in some forms of loan...

Clause 5: Loans for Purchase or Improvement of Land (16 Jul 1969)

Mr John Smith: ...types of borrowing, clearly we must have the Amendment with it. I support the Amendment in general, but I am sorry to see that after mentioning wood work, drainage and legal costs it includes stamp duty as one of the things which one can borrow money to pay and get the interest allowed for tax purposes. I am sorry to see my hon. Friend the Member for Crosby (Mr. Graham Page) aiding and...

Business of the House (18 Mar 2021)

Matthew Offord: ...property, suitable for a family, but they are anxious about doing so in case their fire safety issue cannot be resolved within three years and they are not able to reclaim the additional home stamp duty surcharge. Can we have a statement from the Chancellor of the Exchequer on whether Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs will consider such circumstances as exceptional and extend the...

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (1 Apr 1980)

(1) No stamp duty shall be chargeable by virtue of the heading in Schedule 1 to the Stamp Act 1891 "Deed of any kind whatsoever, not described in this Schedule" on any covenant made otherwise than for consideration transfers certified at £15,000 and is chargeable at reduced rates on those certified at £20,000, £25,000 and £30,000) and in subsection (1) of section 4 of the Finance Act...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 45 - Contract and conveyance: (3 Jun 2003)

George Osborne: As my hon. Friend has just eloquently explained, clause 45 gets to the nub of whether stamp duty land tax is, as the Government claim, a device for stopping tax avoidance, or a new stealth tax. They propose to abolish a tax relief that has existed for more than 200 years. That is a major step, and, as my hon. Friend pointed out, an extraordinary one given that they mistakenly abolished part...

Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duty Land Tax: Foreign Nationals (27 Mar 2019)

Mel Stride: At Budget 2018, the government announced it would consult on a new 1 per cent Stamp Duty Land Tax surcharge for non-UK residents purchasing residential property in England and Northern Ireland. The consultation, published on 11 February 2019, sets out the government’s rationale for the proposed surcharge as well as detail on various aspects of the proposed design, including the level of...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Estimate of Income and Expenditure. (27 Apr 1931)

I am now in a position to give the Committee the estimate of income and expenditure for the current year on the existing basis. I estimate the total yield of Inland Revenue Duties at £437,000,000, consisting of £248,000,000 for Income Tax, £72,000,000 for Sur-tax, £90,000,000 for Death Duties, £24,000,000 for Stamp Duties, and £3,000,000 for the remaining items. The yield of the Income...

Public Bill Committee: Commissioners for Revenue and Customs Bill: Clause 7 - Power to transfer functions (11 Jan 2005)

Dawn Primarolo: On the hon. Gentleman's other points, stamp duty, stamp duty land tax and stamp duty reserve tax cannot be removed. I said that the child trust fund could not be removed, but he pressed me. The child trust fund is not part of the reserve on tax, whereas tax credits are. Again, I would be grateful if the hon. Gentleman allowed me to come back to him, because those points are important. Of...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 214 - Health service bodies (26 Jun 2012)

John Pugh: I will detain the Committee just a little bit longer. The clause exempts NHS bodies from stamp duty when they purchase land and buildings, which is a good thing, and to some extent updates the legislation to take into account the reconfiguration of the health service that is being debated elsewhere, as the hon. Member for Easington will undoubtedly recall. However, the biggest property holder...

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Stamp Duty (Registered Securities). (8 May 1923)

The amounts realised by the Stamp Duty on transfers of stocks and shares were as follow: £ 1913–14 … … … 1,430,800 1917–18 … … … 1,441,930 1918–19 … … … 2,111,650 1919–20 … … … 4,992,155 1920–21 … … … 3,517,160 1921–22 … … … 2,908,660 1922–23 … … … 5,077,500 The rate of the duty was 10s. per cent. to the end of August,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Conveyances (Stamp Duty). (3 Mar 1925)

Mr Charles Waterhouse: 58. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what was the amount of revenue derived from Stamp Duty on the conveyance of real property of a value exceeding £500 and not exceeding £750 in the financial year 1923–24; and what proportion of this duty was in respect of the conveyance of house property?

Oral Answers to Questions — Finance Bill.: Stamp Duties (House Purchases). (6 May 1926)

Mr Ronald McNeill: My Right hon. Friend is unable to agree that the stamp duty payable on the purchase of a house, which is a small item in the aggregate cost, could by itself be a serious deterrent to such purchases; nor can he at present see his way to reduce the rate of the duty.

Orders of the Day — Harbour Dues. (15 Apr 1929)

There are one or two minor alterations affecting the Stamp Duties on amalgamations and in connection with the motor vehicle duties which will have a small effect on the finances of the year. These will be found set out in the White Paper.

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Estimated Revenue. (17 Apr 1934)

My total Inland Revenue then, adds up to £393,000,000, made up of £240,000,000 from Income Tax, £50,000,000 from Surtax, £76,000,000 from Death Duties, £25,000,000 from Stamp Duties, and £2,000,000 for the rest.

Clause 135. — (Certain succession duties, stamp duties, terminal taxes, and taxes on fares and freights.) (28 Mar 1935)

Clause 135. — (Certain succession duties, stamp duties, terminal taxes, and taxes on fares and freights.)

Clause 137. — (Certain succession duties, stamp duties, terminal taxes and taxes on fares and freights.) (27 May 1935)

Clause 137. — (Certain succession duties, stamp duties, terminal taxes and taxes on fares and freights.)

Oral Answers to Questions — Medicine Duty. (2 May 1939)

Mr John Simon: In evidence before the Select Committee, who reported in 1937 on the Medicine Stamp Duties, one important body stated that if the duty were removed the consumer would receive the whole of the benefit and I rely on the good will of other manufacturers and vendors to follow this excellent example.


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