The following Tax precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
[insert HMRC Stamp Office address]
in the matter of a transfer of shares in [insert name of target company] (Target) by
[insert name of transferor company] (Transferor)
[insert name of transferee company] (Transferee)
Responsible officer and purpose of the letter
I, [insert name of the responsible officer who is aware of the full circumstances set out in this letter], apply for relief from stamp duty in accordance with section 42 of the Finance Act 1930 (FA 1930) in respect of the enclosed Stock Transfer Form (defined in paragraph 5.2). I am [[a director OR a secretary] OR [a solicitor OR an accountant] acting on behalf] of [insert name of parent company of the stamp duty group].
Details of the companies
Details of the relevant companies at the date of the Agreement (defined in paragraph) and the Stock Transfer Form (defined in paragraph 5.2) are set out below.
Certified extracts from the register of members of the companies forming part of the stamp duty group as at the date of the Agreement and the Stock Transfer Form are enclosed in Schedule 1.
A diagram illustrating the group structure of these companies immediately prior to the transfer is enclosed in Schedule 2.
None of the companies whose details are set out in this paragraph
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