- ERROR SOURCES FROM TAX STAMPS AS ESTIMATES OF REAL ESTATE VALUE. Wicks, John H.; Simmons, Lee H. // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Spring67, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p46
Presents information on the findings of an empirical study made in Montana concerning sources of error when using tax stamps to estimate the sale price of real estate. Uses of U.S. documentary stamps affixed to deeds; Effect of errors in using tax stamps in estimating the sale price of real...
- Stamp duty threshold reduced. Greene, Chris; Maddalena, Christina // Accountancy;Sep92, Vol. 110 Issue 1189, p117
Informs on the British Stamp Office's issuance of a guidance note on which documents can benefit from the higher stamp duty threshold for purchases of land and property. Circumstances where the documents are signed on or before August 19, 1992.
- Duty bound. Jones, Robert // Lawyer;10/7/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p29
Focuses on the proposed modernized form of stamp duty (MSD) in Great Britain. Relation between MSD and electronic conveyancing; Principles of MSD; Effect of MSD on property developments.
- Stamp duty thresholds. // Accountancy;Apr1982, Vol. 93 Issue 1064, p6
Reports that the exemption limits for stamp duty on property transfers are to be increased in Great Britain.
- The end of an era. Aleksander, Nicholas // Estates Gazette;5/18/2002, Issue 220, p218
Reports the replacement of stamp duty with a proposed tax on real estate in Great Britain. Stamp duty planning methods; Assessment of a various stamp duty mitigation schemes; Possibility of a tax-free real estate transactions. INSET: Other structures..
- Irish agents stay one step ahead of Brits. // Estates Gazette;01/25/2003, Issue 304, p120
Discusses the effects of the euro on Ireland's property agents and agencies in 2003. Benefits of the currency; Increase in stamp duty on commercial transactions.
- Stamp duty exemption approved. Lagerberg, Francesca // Accountancy;Mar2003, Vol. 131 Issue 1315, p114
Reports on the European Commission approval to an exemption from stamp duty in respect of non-residential properties in disadvantages area in Great Britain.
- Simplified stamp duty arrangements. Greene, Chris; Gable, Sonia // Accountancy;Jan1986, Vol. 97 Issue 1109, p38
Reports on a regulation that will take effect on January 1, 1986 stating that purchasers of land in England and Wales will no longer have to submit conveyance documents to a Stamp Office if no stamp date is payable. Allowing of conveyancing documents to be sent direct to the Land Registry.
- First-time unlucky. White, Michael // Money Marketing;4/15/2010, p52
The article discusses the possibility of first-time buyers to have an exemption from stamp duty in Great Britain.