Tolley's Stamp Duties and Stamp Duty Reserve Tax 2000-2001
This guide explains the administration of stamp duties, including penalties and offences, and sets out the relevant charge to stamp duty, or relevant exemption, in relation to various types of instrument. It includes changes from the 1999 Finance Act.
- 01 Oct 2000
- Lexisnexis UK
- Tolley Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
- Revised edition
Table of contents
Abbreviations and references; table of cases; table of statutes; table of statutory instruments; introduction; adjudication; administration; ad valorem duties; agreement for lease; agreement for sale; annuities; anti-avoidance; appeals; appointments; assents; associated companies; bearer instruments; bills of exchange; bills of sale; bonds; building societies; capital duty; certificate of value; chargeability; charities; clearance services; company reorganisations; compulsory purchase; consideration; contingency principle; contract notes; conveyance of transfer; court orders; covenants; declaration of trust; deeds; denoting stamp; depository receipts; duplicate or counterpart; evidence; exchange in partition; execution; exempt instruments; extra-statutory concessions; failure to stamp; family arrangements and divorce; fixed duties; flotation's etc.; foreclosure; furnished lettings; gifts; goodwill; instruments; insurance policies; Ireland; leading and principal object; leases; letters of allotment and acceptance; loan capital and debentures; manner of stamping; mortgages; negotiating with the Stamp Office; options and equity warrants; oral transactions; overseas matters; partnerships; payment of duty or tax; penalties and offences; power of attorney; produced stamp; purchase of won shares; receipts; release and renunciation; Scotland; script dividends; shares and securities; stamp duty reserve tax; surrenders; trusts and trustees; underwriting unit trusts; VAT and stamp duty; practical materials.