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Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duties: Tax Evasion (8 Dec 2011)

Chloe Smith: Stamp duty (as opposed to stamp duty land tax) applies to transfers of stock and marketable securities via a stock transfer form. There is no liable person for stamp duty and no statutory compulsion to present a document for stamping. So it is not appropriate to refer to "evasion" in this context. The sanctions against leaving a document unstamped are that it cannot then be used as evidence...

Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duty Land Tax (17 Jan 2012)

Chi Onwurah: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 10 January 2012, Official Report, column 71W, on stamp duties, whether he is referring to Spotlight 6: Employer-Financed Retirement Benefits Scheme or Spotlight 10: Stamp Duty Land Tax avoidance; and if he is referring to Spotlight 10, on how many occasions HM Revenue and Customs has found property sale arrangements that have...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 82 (18 Jun 2009)

Greg Hands: Thank you, Mr. Atkinson. Clause 82 and schedule 37 are slightly different, in that they relate to both stamp duty land tax and stamp duty reserve tax. With the clause we return, with interest, to repos, which have already featured in parts of the Finance Bill. Where, due to the insolvency of one of the parties, securities are not returned in the repo to the originator of a stock lending or...

New clause 12: Taxation Provisions (25 May 1993)

No. 99, in page 156, line 23, at end insert— '(6) Section 12 of the Finance Act 1895 (collection of stamp duty in cases of property vested by Act or purchased under statutory power) shall not operate to require—(a) the delivery to the Inland Revenue of a copy of this Act, or(b) the payment of stamp duty under that section on any copy of this Act,and shall not apply in relation to any...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 108 - Land in disadvantaged areas (18 Jun 2002)

Dawn Primarolo: ...clause 1 has been very wide-ranging. If I may say so, Conservative Members seemed a little confused about what they wanted to complain about. I think that I got the gist of it by the end: they hate stamp duty and want to get rid of it. The main legislation governing stamp duty was put in place in 1891, I think. The only consolidation that was carried out took place in the Finance Act 1999....

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means: Minor Tax Changes (14 Apr 1970)

In the field of stamp duties, a number of changes will have to be made to take account of the change to decimal currency. My general approach to this question was indicated by my hon. and learned Friend the Financial Secretary in reply to a Question last summer. He then explained that I had no intention of making decimalisation an excuse for increasing the overall yield of the stamp duties;...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Housing: Sales (21 Mar 2017)

Jane Ellison: Annual statistics on the total number of transactions and total Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) receipts by country (including England), region (including London) and local authority (including St Albans) are published by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in the annual ‘UK Stamp Tax Statistics’. These publications cover the financial years from 2012-13 to 2015‑16....

Written Answers — Treasury: Inland Revenue (8 Apr 2003)

John Healey: Claims for the relief from stamp duty in disadvantaged areas are processed by Inland Revenue staff alongside all other stamp duty cases, and inquiries are dealt with alongside all other queries by staff at the national Stamp Taxes Enquiry Line.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Clause 48. — (Time for payment of companies capital duty by statutory companies.) (11 Jun 1947)

Mr William Hall: Originally, as I am sure the hon. and gallant Gentleman will remember, when a capital issue was made by a company it had to pay Stamp Duty on the full nominal value, whether the full amount was actually issued at that particular time or not. During the war, as the Committee knows, fairly rigorous restrictions were placed on capital issues, and it was agreed—and, I think, rightly, as I hope...

Orders of the Day — Stamps.: Accident and Indemnity Policies. (27 Apr 1920)

"14. That sixpence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on policies of insurance against accident and policies of insurance for any payment agreed to be made during the sickness of any person or during his incapacity from personal injury, or by way of indemnity against loss of or damage to any property, and that twenty-five pounds per centum shall be substituted for five...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: Rates: Conveyance or Transfer on Sale (3 May 2000)

Miss Melanie Johnson: I cannot agree. There are different ways to structure stamp duty, but other methods, in particular the slice basis, cause problems of their own. That method would cause a significant loss to the Exchequer. The sort of problems that the hon. Gentleman describes are not apparent. We are still collecting the revenue that we have always expected to collect from stamp duty. Indeed, last year, we...

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement: Stamp Duties (15 Apr 1947)

I turn next to the Stamp Duties, in which there has been no important change since the late Mr. Austen Chamberlain, as he then was, doubled most of the rates in his Budget of 1920, two years after the end of the first World War. I now propose, following his example, at this corresponding point after the second World War, to double a number of the Stamp Duties, which I shall specify in a...

Written Answers — Treasury: Stamp Duties (3 Feb 2014)

David Gauke: Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) receipts from new leases can be found in table 1.1 of the HMRC publication 'UK Stamp Tax Statistics 2012-13', available here: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/statistics/stamp-duty.htm Transfers of leaseholds are included in the 'Land and property other than new leases' column. This information is not readily available from HMRC's systems.

Orders of the Day — Financial Statement.: Accident and Indemnity Policies. (19 Apr 1920)

Resolved, "That sixpence shall be substituted for one penny as the stamp duty on policies of insurance against accident and policies of insurance for any payment agreed to be made during the sickness of any person or during his incapacity from personal injury, or by way of indemnity against loss of or damage to any property, and that twenty-five pounds per centum shall be substituted for...

Written Ministerial Statements — Treasury: Stamp Duty Land Tax (20 Oct 2003)

Ruth Kelly: I am pleased to announce the next steps in the process of modernising stamp duty on land transactions. These include: A significant change to the proposed charge on the rental element when a new lease is granted ("lease duty"), reducing tax bills by £1500 per lease on commercial transactions (£600 per lease on residential transactions), which will be of significant benefit to smaller...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Higher Rates for Additional Dwellings (18 Dec 2017)

Anne Main: I am listening carefully to the hon. Lady, because obviously I have a constituency in one of the higher value areas. I am confused. The shadow Minister just said that the stamp duty cut was not appropriate because the right measures were not in place for affordable housing, whereas she seems to be saying that a stamp duty cut is not what she would like to see. Which is it? Does she think that...

Perth County Buildings Order Confirmation. [Stamp Duties.] (5 Dec 1927)

Mr James Hope: I beg to move, That in lieu of the Stamp Duties which would have been payable upon the deeds or instruments which, in case the Perth County Buildings Order had not been confirmed, would have been required to pass to and vest in the County Council of Perth certain lands, buildings, and other heritable property, there be charged a Stamp Duty of £5, and such duty shall be impressed upon a copy...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 87 - Temporary Period For Reduced Rates On Residential Property (20 Apr 2021)

Anthony Browne: I very much welcome many of the measures in the Finance Bill, particularly the measures on stamp duty. Like many people who called for a stamp duty holiday, I welcomed it when the Government announced it and I am glad to see that it has been one of the most successful stimuli to economic activity that the country has seen. The moribund market is now racing ahead, albeit possibly slightly too...

Orders of the Day — Medicine Stamp Duties. (8 Jul 1936)

Ordered, That a Select Committee be appointed to consider the duties of excise chargeable under the Medicines Stamp Act, 1802, the Stamp Act, 1804, and the Medicines Stamp Act, 1812, and any enactment amending those Acts, and to report thereon and make such recommendations for the alteration of those duties or otherwise as they think fit with a view to reforming the law relating thereto.

Orders of the Day — Medicine Stamp Duties. (11 Nov 1936)

Ordered, That a Select Committee be appointed to consider the duties of excise chargeable under the Medicines Stamp Act, 1802, the Stamp Act, 1804, and the Medicines Stamp Act, 1812, and any enactment amending those Acts, and to report thereon and make such recommendations for the alteration of those duties or otherwise as they think fit with a view to reforming the law relating thereto.


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