Amendments proposed to the Finance Bill, As Amended - continued House of Commons

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Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

100

Page     75,     line     22     [Clause     125],     leave out 'SDLT' and insert 'PTT'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

101

Page     75,     line     23     [Clause     125],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

102

Page     75,     line     26     [Clause     125],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

103

Page     75,     line     28     [Clause     125],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.


   

Mr Matthew Taylor
Mr David Laws
Mr Norman Lamb
Mr John Burnett

147

*Page     86,     line     9     [Clause     147],     at end insert—

    '(1A)   For the purposes of subsection (1)(b) an agent can only be a person who has authority to and does enter into arrangements on behalf of that person's principal which are contractually binding on that principal.'.


   

Mr David Chaytor
Sue Doughty
Mr John Horam
Mr Simon Thomas
John Austin
Harry Cohen

113

Page     108,     line     14     [Clause     167],     at end insert '; and Part 7 makes provision for an annual report by the Chancellor of the Exchequer on fiscal measures to promote research and development in low carbon energy efficiency technology.'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
Mr David Wilshire

5

Page     138,     line     41     [Clause     207],     leave out subsection (3) and insert—

    '(3)   For subsection (3) substitute—

      "(3) For the purposes of making their determination under subsection (1)(b) the Treasury shall be required to apply generally accepted accounting practices in determining whether all or part of any payments represent such interest as is referred to in that subsection.".'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
Mr David Wilshire

6

Page     139,     line     10     [Clause     208],     at end insert ', such determination to be made in accordance with generally accepted accounting practice.".'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
Mr David Wilshire

7

Page     139,     line     17     [Clause     209],     leave out 'the Treasury consider appropriate' and insert 'conforms with generally accepted accounting practice.'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

12

Page     143,     line     35     [Schedule     1],     at end insert 'and other supplies that are not taxable supplies'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

81

Page     158,     line     22     [Schedule     4],     leave out 'part-exchange' and insert 'relief for certain exchanges'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk [R]
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

10

Page     161,     line     35,     leave out Schedule 5.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

82

Page     171,     line     13     [Schedule     7],     at end insert—

       'This does not apply to arrangements entered into with a view to an acquisition of shares by a company ("the acquiring company")—

      (a) in relation to which section 75 of the Finance Act 1986 (c.41) (stamp duty: acquisition relief) will apply,

      (b) in relation to which the conditions for relief under that section will be met, and

      (c) as a result of which the purchaser will be a member of the same group as the acquiring company.'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

83

Page     175,     line     16     [Schedule     7],     leave out from 'to' to end of line 18 and insert 'all the shareholders of the target company'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

84

Page     183,     line     2     [Schedule     9],     leave out line 2 and insert—

       'A local housing authority within the meaning of the Housing Act 1985 (c.68)

       A county council in England'.

   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

85

Page     183     [Schedule     9],     leave out lines 8 and 9.

   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

86

Page     183,     line     26     [Schedule     9],     at end insert—

       'The Welsh Development Agency'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

104

Page     219,     line     33     [Schedule     13],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

87

Page     229,     line     38     [Schedule     14],     leave out sub-paragraphs (3) and (4).


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

88

Page     230,     line     19     [Schedule     14],     leave out from beginning to 'an' in line 22.

   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

89

Page     230,     line     27     [Schedule     14],     leave out 'sub-paragraph (2)' and insert 'this paragraph'.

   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

90

Page     230,     line     28     [Schedule     14],     at end insert—

    '( ) The right of appeal under this paragraph is in addition to any right of appeal conferred by regulations under paragraph 10 of Schedule 17 (general power to provide for appeals on points of law).'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

27

Page     232,     line     37     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

28

Page     234,     line     4     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

29

Page     234,     line     10     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

105

Page     234,     line     26     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

30

Page     234,     line     29     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.


   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

31

Page     235,     line     1     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

32

Page     235,     line     4     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

33

Page     235,     line     11     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.

   

Mr Michael Howard
Mr Howard Flight [R]
Mr Stephen O'Brien
Mr Mark Prisk
David Maclean
Mr David Wilshire

106

Page     235,     line     14     [Schedule     15],     leave out 'stamp duty land' and insert 'property transaction'.


   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

91

Page     238,     [Schedule     17],     leave out lines 4 to 7 and insert—

      'General and Special Commissioners: application of general provisions

     Part 1 of the Taxes Management Act 1970 (c.9) (administration) has effect as if this Part of this Act were part of the Taxes Acts.'.

   

Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer

92

Page     238,     line     43     [Schedule     17],     at end insert—

      'Proceedings brought out of time

     (1) An appeal under this Part to the General or Special Commissioners may be brought out of time with the consent in writing of an officer of the Board or the Board.

    (2) Consent shall be given if the officer or, as the case may be, the Board are satisfied—

            (a)   that there was a reasonable excuse for not bringing the appeal within the time limit, and

            (b)   that an application for consent was made without unreasonable delay.

    (3) If the officer or, as the case may be, the Board are not so satisfied, they shall refer the matter for determination by the Commissioners.

    (4) If there is a right to elect to bring the appeal before the Special Commissioners instead of before the General Commissioners, the Commissioners to whom an application under this paragraph is to be referred are the General Commissioners, unless the election has been made before the application is referred.'.



 
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