Results 1201–1220 of 4000 for stamp duty

Stamp Duty (Abolition) Bill (14 Mar 1980)

Stamp Duty (Abolition) Bill

New clause 1: Stamp Duty (Abolition) Bill (4 Jul 1980)

Stamp Duty (Abolition) Bill

Orders of the Day — 35. Stamp Duty: Shared Ownership Transactions (16 Mar 1981)

Orders of the Day — 35. Stamp Duty: Shared Ownership Transactions

Orders of the Day — Companies (No. 2) Bill [Lords]: Disclosure of Particulars of Purchases and Authorised Contracts. (20 Oct 1981)

Mr Reginald Eyre: ...amendments replace references to shares being "transferred" to the company with references to their being "delivered" to the company or purchased by it. This is to remove any implication that a stampable instrument of transfer is necessary to effect a purchase of own shares and that stamp duty is payable.

Wages Council Orders Enforcement: Social Security and Charities (9 Mar 1982)

Secondly, I intend to abolish stamp duty completely on transfers of assets to charities.

Wages Council Orders Enforcement: The Construction Industry (9 Mar 1982)

My final proposal in this area concerns stamp duty on house purchase. I propose to raise the exemption by £5,000, to £25,000, and the other thresholds also by 5,000, at a total cost of £70 million in 1982–83.

Oral Answers to Questions: Stock Exchange Transfers (22 Nov 1982)

Michael Mates: asked the hon. Member for Wokingham, as representing the Church Commissioners, what is the estimated saving in 1982 in stamp duty on stock exchange transfers by the Commissioners as a result of the total exemption for charities introduced in the Finance Act 1982.

Ways and Means: Enterprise (15 Mar 1983)

We shall be issuing on 21 March a consultative document on the possibilities for the simplification of stamp duty.

Ways and Means: Boundary Changes: Capital Gains Tax and Stamp Duty (30 Jun 1983)

Boundary Changes: Capital Gains Tax and Stamp Duty

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Taxation (9 Feb 1984)

Mr Tim Smith: Will my right hon. and learned Friend suggest to the Chancellor that we should take steps in the forthcoming Budget to move towards revenue neutral treatment of savings by reducing stamp duty on the purchase of shares, while reducing tax relief on life assurance premiums?

Orders of the Day — 48. Reduction of Stamp Duty on Conveyances or Transfers (19 Mar 1984)

Orders of the Day — 48. Reduction of Stamp Duty on Conveyances or Transfers

Orders of the Day — 49. Stamp Duty: Sub-Sales (19 Mar 1984)

Orders of the Day — 49. Stamp Duty: Sub-Sales

Orders of the Day — 51. Stamp Duty: Sale of Houses at Discount by Certain Bodies (19 Mar 1984)

Orders of the Day — 51. Stamp Duty: Sale of Houses at Discount by Certain Bodies

Oral Answers to Questions — Wales: Housing Demand (26 Mar 1984)

Mr Wyn Roberts: ...Chancellor of the Exchequer is to ensure that the progress we have made in reducing inflation is maintained. He took a helpful step towards helping the construction industry when he made changes to stamp duty.


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