- An explanation of the principles of Stamp Duty
- Analysis of the main heads of charge and the various reliefs and exemptions
- Guidance on administrative matters including Finance Act 2013 charges, penalties, surcharges, appeals processes and valuations
- Analysis of the electronic stamping regime
- Click here to view the Table of Contents for The Law and Practice of Irish Stamp Duty, Finance Act 2013.
BL is a practising barrister since 2003 and is an AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA). Tom lectures for the Irish Tax Institute and the Law Society and lectured Revenue Law in UCC during 2010.
(LLB 1991) is a Partner at LK Shields Solicitors since 1998, specialising in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and restructurings. Emmet is co-Editor of the Institute's Law of Capital Acquisitions Tax and Stamp Duty, Finance Act, 2013
(Editor) is a Tax Partner at Arthur Cox and an AITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA). She specialises in the taxation aspects of commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and financial services. She is a member of the Taxation Committee of the Law Society of Ireland, and represents the Law Society on TALC.
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