HC Deb 25 October 1920 vol 133 c1393W
Captain WATSON

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury why, under enactments repealed in the Schedule to the Finance Act, 1920, the words in Section 4, Sub-section (3) (b) of the Finance Act, 1910, with a stamp denoting that all particulars have been delivered to the Commissioners, were not repealed; what is the object of the retention of these words; and will instructions be given to the officials that they need not insist upon particulars being delivered to the Commissioners now that increment value duty has been abolished?


I would refer the hon. Member to the reply which my right hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer gave to the hon. Member for Thornbury (Mr. Rendall) on the 3rd of May last. I am causing a copy of that reply to be sent to him.