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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?

Stamp Duties (Statutory Effect of Resolutions) (10 Jul 1973)

Stamp Duties (Statutory Effect of Resolutions)

Orders of the Day — 43. Stamp Duties (Statutory Effect of Resolutions) (21 Apr 1975)

Orders of the Day — 43. Stamp Duties (Statutory Effect of Resolutions)

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation: 33. Stamp Duty (Exemption for Transfers of Loan Capital) (12 Apr 1976)

33. Stamp Duty (Exemption for Transfers of Loan Capital)

Clause 117: Stamp Duty: Exemption for Transfers of Loan Capital (15 Jul 1976)

Stamp Duty: Exemption for Transfers of Loan Capital

STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS, &c. (22 Jul 1976)

Ordered,That Commission Document No. R/923/76 relating to Stamp Duty on Securities be referred to a Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments, &c.—[Mr. Stoddart.]

Consumer Transactions: STANDING COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS, &c. (30 Jul 1976)

..., notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order No. 73A (Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments, &c.), the Standing Committee considering Commission Document No. R/923/76 relating to Stamp Duty on Securities shall be able to sit for up to two and a half hours after the commencement of its proceedings.—[Mr. Thomas Cox.]

Statutory Instrument and Commission Document (5 Aug 1976)

Mr Oscar Murton: With the permission of the House, I propose to put together the Questions on the two motions relating to Customs and Excise and Stamp Duty on Securities.

Clause 69: Stamp Duty (18 Apr 1978)

Stamp Duty

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Reduced Rates of Stamp Duty on House Purchase (16 May 1978)

Reduced Rates of Stamp Duty on House Purchase

Orders of the Day — Estate Agents Bill (16 Nov 1978)

Mr Vivian Bendall: Does my hon. Friend agree that one of the major contributions to the situation at present is the high rate of stamp duty, which has not been reconsidered for some time? It starts at £15,000, and no consideration has been taken of inflation over the last two or three years.

Orders of the Day — National Heritage Bill (3 Dec 1979)

Mr Tam Dalyell: With regard to clause 9, will stamp duty exemption extend to private treaty purchases made by the fund or to those bodies that it assists with grants? I do not expect the right hon. Gentleman to answer off the top of his head, but it might save a lot of time if some answer could be given.

Oral Answers to Questions — House Prices (30 Jan 1980)

Mr David Stoddart: ...increases in house prices, and the increases in solicitors' and estate agents' costs, will the hon. Gentleman put pressure on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to raise the exemption limit for stamp duty in his Budget?


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