An instrument is chargeable to stamp duty if it is executed in the United Kingdom1 or relates to any property situate, or to any matter or thing done or to be done, in the United Kingdom2. If, however, part of an instrument executed abroad relates to a distinct matter in the United Kingdom and part does not, it seems that only the former part will be chargeable
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