Stamp Duty (Particulars to be Delivered) (Amendment) Regulations 2003

The Revenue Commissioners, in exercise of the powers conferred on them by section 12 of the Stamp Duties Consolidation Act 1999 (No. 31 of 1999), hereby make the following regulations:

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Stamp Duty (Particulars to be Delivered) (Amendment) Regulations 2003.

2. These Regulations shall have effect in relation to any instrument executed on or after 5 December 2003.

3. In these Regulations—

“particulars to be delivered” means the particulars to be delivered for the purposes of section 12 of the Stamp Duties Consolidation Act 1999 (No. 31 of 1999);

“Principal Regulations” means the Stamp Duty (Particulars to be Delivered) Regulations 1995 ( S.I. No. 144 of 1995 ).

4. The Principal Regulations are amended—

(a) in Regulation 6 by substituting the following for paragraph (2):

“(2) In the first-mentioned form the reference to ‘Tax No.’ means—

(a) in the case of an individual who has a number known as the Personal Public Service (PPS) number, such number;

(b) in the case of any other person, the reference number stated on any return form or notice of assessment issued to that person by an officer of the Revenue Commissioners.”,

(b) by substituting the following for Regulation 7:

“7. The particulars to be delivered shall be presented—

(a) at any of the following offices of the Revenue Commissioners at which the stamp known as ‘particulars Delivered’ is impressed:

(i) The Stamp Duty Office, Dublin Stamping District, Stamping Building Dublin Castle, Dublin 2;

(ii) The Stamp Duty Office, Cork North West District, Government Offices Sullivans Quay, Cork;

(iii) The Stamp Duty Office, Galway County District, Custom House, Flood Street Galway;

or

(b) at any other office of the Revenue Commissioners as directed by them or by any officer acting on their behalf.”,

and

(c) by substituting the form in the Schedule to these Regulations for the form in the Schedule to the Principal Regulations.

SCHEDULE

Regulation 6.

Notes on Completion of Form ST.21

This form should be completed in duplicate and submitted by the transferee or lessee or solicitor for the transferee or lessee.

[A word-processed facsimile may be used provided it contains all of the details requested in broadly the same order and layout.]

DATE

Complete the date in numerals. For example, 12 December 2003 would be written as: 12/12/03.

Date of related contract/agreement need only be completed if one exists.

In the case of a lease (or an assignment of a lease) enter the date on which the term of the (original) lease commenced/will commence.

CLASS OF INSTRUMENT

Enter term of the lease and rent review period (where appropriate) in numerals.

DETAILS OF TRANSFEROR / LESSOR AND TRANSFEREE / LESSEE

If there are more than two parties to the instrument, the information required should be provided on a separate sheet to be attached to this form.

TAX (REFERENCE) NUMBER

The following information should be furnished:

• In the case of an individual his or her Personal Public Service (PPS) number;

• In any other case (e.g. a company, partnership, trust) the reference number stated on any return form or notice of assessment issued to the person concerned by an officer of the Revenue Commissioners.

If a Tax Number is not included for one or more of the parties named in sections C or D, complete the appropriate part of the declaration in section G or H. Where a tax number is not included a substantive reason for its omission must be furnished — it will not be acceptable simply to state that a number is not available.

LOCATION AND...

To continue reading

Request your trial