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Monroe & Nock on the Law of Stamp Duties
Monroe & Nock on the Law of Stamp Duties
Number of volumes: 3
Series:  Sweet & Maxwell's Tax Library
Practice Area:  Taxation Law
ISBN:  9780421411302
Last Release: Jun 2017 / Next Release: Nov 2017
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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Providing a comprehensive and practical account of the application of stamp duties, Monroe & Nock on the Law of Stamp Duties:

  • Covers stamp duties in relation to a conveyance or transfer on sale, conveyances and the contracts for sale, leases and agreements for leases, superannuation annuities and insurance policies, bearer instruments, untaxed instruments and exemptions
  • Considers special situations such as unit trusts and open-ended investment companies, the share and loan capital of corporations, company reorganisations, depositary schemes and clearance systems
  • Reviews stamp duty planning principles and looks at planning opportunities in particular situations
  • Reproduces principal statutory provisions and Inland Revenue material
  • Reflects fully the impact of the new stamp duty land tax regime
  • Offers practical guidance on tax planning and minimizing liability
  • Contains all the Stamp Duty Land Tax Forms and advice on how to complete them
CONTENTS
Section A: Stamp Duties
Chapter 1 Stamp Duties and Shares- General Principles
Chapter 2 The Rates and Computation of Ad Valorem Stamp Duty for Stock and Marketable Securities
Chapter 3 Transfer on Sale of Reistered Secutities and Partnership Interests Chapter 4 Stamp Duty- Reserve Tax - The Principal Charge
Chapter 5 Stamp Duty Reserve Tax- Administration and Compliance
Chapter 6 The Share and Loan Capital of Corporations other than Bearer Shares
Chapter 7 Bearer Instruments Issued after September 30, 1999
Chapter 8 Depositary Schemes and Clearance Schemes; Chapter 8AValue Added Tax and Stamp Duties
Chapter 8B The Charge to Stamp Duties after Implementation Date
Chapter 8C  Partnerships
Chapter 8D Stamp Taxes and other Taxes
 
Section B: Stamp Duty Reserve Tax
Chapter 9 Company Reorganisation Shares
 
Section C: Special Situations
Chapter 10 Unit Trusts and Open-Ended Investment Companies
Chapter 10A Unit Trursts and Schemes After February 6, 2000
(Chapter 11-14 removed)
Chapter 14A Stamp duty Land Tax- Transititional
Chapter 14B Stamp Duty Land Tax- Charging Provisions
Chapter 14C Stamp Duty Land Tax - Administration
 
Section D: Planning Principles
Chapter 15 Principles of Stamp Duty Planning
Chapter 15A Planning for Stamp Duty Land Tax
Chapter 16 Planning for Stamp Duty Tax Reserve
 
Section E: Planning in Particular Situations
Chapter 17 Planning for Commercial Transactions and Documents
Chapter 18 Disposals and Acquisitions of Business
Chapter 19 Land Transactions
Chapter 20 Business Structures
Chapter 21 Valuation Issues
Chapter 22 (removed)
Chapter 23 Annual Enveloped Dwellings
 
Tax Part 1: The Charge to Tax
Chapter 24 Annual Enveloped Dwellings
 
Tax Part 2: The Compliance Regime
Chapter 25 Land and Building Transaction Tax - Scotland Part 1: The Charging Provisions
Chapter 26 Land and Building Transaction Tax - Scotland Part 2: Compliance Regime
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This book will prove essential reading for all those concerned with stamp duty...stamp duty avoidance or mitigation. - The Law Society's Gazette
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