§ SIR WALTER B. BARTTELOT
asked Mr. Attorney General for Ireland, Whether the Income Tax in Ireland, Schedule A, being paid directly by the landlord, the Government are prepared to allow those landlords who have received no rent during the past year time for the payment of such Tax?
§ LORD FREDERICK CAVENDISH
Sir, instructions were given last year that, in the case of agricultural lands in Ireland, the Income Tax under Schedule A should be accepted from landlords on the actual rents received; supplemental lists of subsequent receipts of rents being furnished by them, on which the duty would be received until the full charge was accounted for. Those instructions have been repeated for the present financial year.