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Revenue Scotland form LBTT

Includes: LBTT form, LBTT eSubmission acknowledgment ADS (Additional Dwelling Supplement), ADS Claim Refund form

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What is it?

Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) is the property tax that came into force in Scotland on 1 April 2015 and is a property tax applied to residential and commercial land and buildings transactions in Scotland (including commercial purchases and commercial leases) where a chargeable interest is acquired.

How can I submit LBTT Returns?

Register to give you an instant Single Sign-on Username and Password, no obligations, no contracts. Simply complete what looks like the paper form onscreen and click eSubmit. In less than 60 seconds get the Revenue Scotland acknowledgment and pay any tax due with the ackowledgment reference.

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Further Information

LBTT replaced the UK property tax known as Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) in Scotland only. The property tax is usually paid by the solicitor on behalf of the buyer, as part of the administrative process to complete the conveyancing transaction, although final responsibility lies with the buyer.

Just like Stamp Duty Land Tax, an LBTT return must be submitted and payment of the property tax due made to Revenue Scotland before the Keeper of the Registers of Scotland can proceed with registration of title.

The result of devolution, Land and Buildings Transaction Tax is prescribed by legislation (Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (Scotland) Act 2014)

What our customers say:

"With Bannerman Burke no longer have the constant battle with Revenue Scotland and can now submit LBTT forms online, having had these checked and approved prior to submission. The templates are already there and clients have sight of a pre-submission LBTT form."

Belinda (Para Legal) Bannerman Burke, Scottish Borders
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