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Includes all new legislation up to 23 July 2004 (including Finance Act 2004)
The authors set SDLT in the context in which property practitioners are likely to encounter it, and also to encourage tax lawyers to see this new tax from the perspective of their colleagues in the property department, who are more likely to be completing the SDLT forms and fielding practical, rather than theoretical, questions from clients.
Chapter One: the authors have covered all of the key types of land transaction, and have considered the Stamp Duty Land Tax implications of each one. For each transaction there are scenarios putting the legal commentary in a practical context.
Chapter Two: the authors go into further detail on the legislation covering SDLT, which has been revised in a number of areas since it was first introduced in the Finance Act 2003. They look at the significant differences between the new tax on land transactions (SDLT), and the old tax on documents (Stamp Duty).
Chapter Three: guides the user through the SDLT process from ordering the right forms to submitting the LTR.
The glossary defines key SDLT terms which may not be familiar to property lawyers