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EFIS 22, March 2005 : Inheritance Tax / Inland Revenue

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The Inland Revenue have created appeal and postponement applications SDLT46 and SDLT47 in relation to Stamp Duty Land Tax:

You can appeal against:
Underpayment assessment
Application of penalties
Revenue notice to make information or documents available
An ongoing compliance case
The enquiry conclusions, or the amendment, or both
The amendment made to my Land Transaction Return on [date of amendment]

Please note that payment cannot be postponed unless you appeal against the amendment. You may have to pay interest if postponed tax turns out to be due.

Both forms can be used immediately.

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Forms affected

SDLT46 Appeal and postponement application in relation to Stamp Duty Land Tax (e.g. Purchaser Appealing) ¬FormMessage ¬"Only use this form when Purchaser Appealing¬" New/Amended
SDLT47 Appeal and postponement application in relation to Stamp Duty Land Tax (e.g. Solicitor acting on behalf of his Client) ¬FormMessage ¬"Only use this form when Solicitor Acting on Behalf of his Client¬" New/Amended

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