Results 1021–1040 of 4000 for stamp duty

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Interpretation (17 Jul 1986)

Amendments made: No. 196, in page 84, line 6, leave out `registered' and insert 'incorporated'. No. 197, in page 84, line 15, at end insert 'the transfer of which is not exempt from all stamp duties'. No. 198, in page 84, line 17, at end insert `the transfer of which is not exempt from all stamp duties'. No. 222, in page 84, leave out lines 22 to 26 and insert— '(a) that a person holds...

Finance Bill (1 May 1990)

Peter Lilley: ...abolished seven major taxes. In this Budget alone we have abolished two major taxes—we have abolished the composite rate tax on savings held by those with low incomes, and we have also abolished stamp duty. We have yet to hear whether the Opposition would reinstate stamp duty or whether they intend to follow our lead and acknowledge that it is right to abolish it. Even though the time...

Ireland Bill: Clause 3. — (Other Provisions as to Operation of United Kingdom and Colonial Laws in Relation to Republic of Ireland.) (16 May 1949)

Mr James Ede: as to avoid double taxation as between those countries on the one hand and the Irish Free State, as it then was, on the other. Orders made under it—for example, those that relate to Legacy Duty, Succession Duty and Stamp Duty—are still in force both in Northern Ireland and Great Britain, and it is important that there should be no doubt that this state of affairs continues.

Revenue (14 Apr 1953)

With lower levels of production and imports, total revenue amounted to £4,439 million, or £222 million less than the Budget estimate. Inland Revenue duties produced £2,451 million against an estimate of £2,619 million. All the main heads of duty, except Surtax, were affected by a combination of causes, all operating in the same direction. Profits coming under assessment for 1952–53...

Orders of the Day — Revenue, 1929–30. (14 Apr 1930) interested to know how the particular items of revenue have responded to expectations. Under Customs and Excise there were large deficiencies—on spirits more than £1,400,000 and on the Beer Duty over £1,800,000. Other heads of Customs and Excise revenue which failed to reach expectations were oil, nearly £700,000 short and sugar, nearly £1,600,000 short. On the other hand, tobacco...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 30. — (Stamp Duty on Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes.) (4 Jul 1961)

...especially in this hot weather, to put people in the City of London to any real mathematical difficulties, or to impede foreign trade by asking them to make any complicated calculations. Under the Stamp Act, the duty is graded up to 1s. on £100. After that, the duty is 1s. for each £100. If people cannot do that sum, I doubt whether they are fit to conduct any foreign business. It is...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means.: Budget Proposals — Income Tax. (1 May 1919)

Mr Horatio Bottomley: Yes, on every advertisement in a newspaper. When the account is paid it could include a stamp, as is done in the case of the Entertainments Tax. In the case of posters there would be an adhesive stamp indicating that the duty had been paid. Again, take the question of a stamp on receipts. We have an extraordinary way of doing things in this House. We have doubled the stamp on a cheque. When...

Orders of the Day — Finance.: Revenue, 1919–20. (29 Oct 1919)

...condition and the spending power of oar people. The condition of the people is a factor of prime importance, not merely in social stability, but to the revenue itself. There is one other tax, the Stamp Duties, which has always been looked upon as a good test of the activities of business itself The Stamp Duties which were estimated to yield £12,000,000 at the time of the Budget are now...

Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Rate of Stamp Duty under 42 & 43 Vic, c. 6.) (21 Jun 1921)

(1) The Stamp Duty charged on local authorities by the District Auditors Act, 1879, as amended by any other Act, in respect of the audit of their accounts by district auditors, shall, instead of being calculated according to the scale contained in the First Schedule to that Act, be calculated according to a scale to be fixed from time to time by the Treasury after consultation with the...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Stamps. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, That twopence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on receipts.

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Receipts. (27 Apr 1920)

"10. That two pence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on receipts."

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Scrip Certificates. (27 Apr 1920)

"11. That two pence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on scrip certificates and similar documents."

Orders of the Day — Ecclesiastical Tithe Rent-Charge (Rates) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Partial relief of ecclesiastical tithe rentcharge farm rates.) (10 Jun 1920)

After the word "irrecoverable" insert the words "A statutory declaration made for the purpose of this Section shall be exempt from stamp duty."—[Sir A. Boscawen.]

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 38. — (Stamp Duty on Policies of Sea Insurance.) (7 Jul 1920)

Clause 38. — (Stamp Duty on Policies of Sea Insurance.)

Second Schedule.: Documents Exempt from Stamp Duty. (9 Jul 1920)

Documents Exempt from Stamp Duty.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Enemy Aircraft Insurance. (12 Jul 1920)

Sir Robert Horne: The total amount paid in claims for damage, under the Aircraft and Bombardment Insurance Scheme, up to 30th June, 1920, was £3,183,200, and the amount received in premiums (less refunds, stamp duty on policies, and commission allowed to insurance companies) was £14,070,400.

Postponed Clauses.: Clause 19. — (Powers of Taxation.) (29 Oct 1920)

Mr John Hills: If the rest of the stamp duties in Ireland are within the purview of the Irish Parliament, you may have great discrepancies.

Postponed Clauses.: Clause 26. — (Provisions against double Death Duties.) (29 Oct 1920)

Clauses 27 (Provisions against, double stamp duties), 28 (Interavailability of excise licences), 29 (Irish Church Fund), 30 (Joint Exchequer Board), and 31 (Power of trustees to invest in Irish securities), ordered to stand part of the Bill.

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.

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