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Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Farms (Voluntary Amalgamations) (19 May 1965)

Sir Timothy Kitson: Would the right hon. Gentleman consider waiving the Stamp Duty where the amalgamations of small farms are taking place? This would be of assistance in some places.

Orders of the Day — Business of the House (9 May 1966)

Ordered,That the Proceedings on the Motions relating to Finance Bill (Procedure), Finance Bill (Procedure) (Stamp Duties Management Act 1891), Finance Bill (Procedure) (Sugar Act 1956), and Finance Bill (Procedure) (Friendly Societies) may be entered upon and proceeded with at this day's Sitting at any hour, though opposed.—[The Prime Minister.]

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (Procedure) (Stamp Duties Management Act 1891) (9 May 1966)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill (Procedure) (Stamp Duties Management Act 1891)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 43. — (Harbour Reorganisation Schemes: Corporation Tax and Stamp Duty.) (30 Jun 1966)

Clause 43. — (Harbour Reorganisation Schemes: Corporation Tax and Stamp Duty.)

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 45. — (Stamp Duty on Life Policies Not Exceeding Two Years.) (30 Jun 1966)

Clause 45. — (Stamp Duty on Life Policies Not Exceeding Two Years.)

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Land Commission Bill (Levy) (29 Nov 1966)

Mr John Boyd-Carpenter: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are his estimates of the annual loss of revenue in respect of Income Tax, Surtax, Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and Stamp Duty, respectively, consequent upon the bringing into operation of the levy to be imposed under the Land Commission Bill.

Orders of the Day — Land Commission Bill: Clause 27. — (General Provisions as to Betterment Levy.) (25 Jan 1967)

Mr Reginald Eyre: Does the right hon. Gentleman suggest that there is wholesale evasion of stamp duty obligations by use of the certificate for value system, to which there is no objection? Surely that could apply in these circumstances?

Orders of the Day — Stamp Duties (Loan Capital) (11 Apr 1967)

Orders of the Day — Stamp Duties (Loan Capital)

Orders of the Day — Stamp Duties (Transfers Between Associated Companies) (11 Apr 1967)

Orders of the Day — Stamp Duties (Transfers Between Associated Companies)

Anchors and Chain Cables Bill: Stamp Duties (Transfers Between Associates) (26 Jun 1967)

Stamp Duties (Transfers Between Associates)

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 28. — (Loan Capital: Increase of Duty, and Amendments as to Exemptions and Reliefs.) (28 Jun 1967)

Further Amendment made: No. 33, in page 36, line 9, leave out from 'duty' to 'executed' in line 11 and insert: 'under the heading "Marketable Security", or that beginning "Mortgage, Bond, Debenture, Covenant", in Schedule 1 to the Stamp Act, 1891, has been paid on one or more trust deeds or other instruments'.—[Mr. Harold Lever.]

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office: Giro Scheme (Stamp Doty) (18 Jul 1968)

Mr John Smith: asked the Postmaster-General what is the estimated cost of collecting and accounting for stamp duty arising from the Post Office Giro scheme.

Orders of the Day — Post Office Bill (11 Nov 1968)

Hon. Nicholas Ridley: On that point of the Giro and the banking system operating competitively, will the transactions in the Giro pay the 2d. Stamp Duty which is paid on cheques by its competitors?

Clause 2: Exemptions and Reliefs (3 Dec 1968)

Mr John Smith: Is it not possible to do exactly the same thing as we do in the exemption from stamp duty in respect of dealings in property of low value, namely, that a person signs a declaration that it is not part of a larger transaction?

Bills Presented: Stamp Bill (26 Nov 1969)

Sir Neill Cooper-Key, supported by Mr. Bryant Godman Irvine, presented a Bill to abolish stamp duty on receipts: And the same was read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time upon Friday, 20th February and to be printed. [Bill 32].

Clause 22: Adaptation of Rights Under Securities etc. of Supeseded Authorities (28 Apr 1970)

...of the Authority in respect of any securities, being securities to which this subsection has been applied by a direction of the Treasury, transfers of those securities shall be exempt from all stamp duties.—[Mr. Mulley]

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Building Society Mortgages (Interest Rates) (27 Apr 1971)

Mr Terence Higgins: The abolition of the stamp duty on mortgages from 1st August, announced in the Budget, will reduce the initial cost of house mortgages. Charges by building societies, including mortgage interest rates, are a matter for the societies concerned.

Clause 54: No Stamp Duty on Substituted Securities (21 Jun 1971)

No Stamp Duty on Substituted Securities

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Credit Cards (22 Feb 1973)

Mr Robert Taylor: Some hon. Members would disagree with the first part of that reply. There would seem to be a good case for the introduction of stamp duty on credit cards, which would have the effect of making unsolicited cards invalid and also provide a useful source of added revenue. Will my hon. Friend consider that suggestion?


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