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Use numeric figures. Completing the paper SDLT return has more information on completing returns for transactions involving more than 99 properties. Question 27 - where more than one property is involved, do you want a certificate for each property? Question 28 - address or situation of land You must answer this question. Use a separate row for each line of the address making sure the house or building number and postcode are entered in the relevant fields.
If there is not a postal address then a separate plan of the land is required including the dimensions and full description of the boundaries. Enter the appropriate local authority number. Returns which do not include a valid code will be rejected. Question 30 - title number, if any If the property is registered give the title number. For Northern Ireland enter the folio number. Question 32 - if agricultural or development land, what is the area if known Show square metres in whole numbers and hectares to 3 decimal places.
Do not use commas. Question 33 - is a plan attached? You must answer this question. If there is no postal address you should attach a plan. You can send a copy of the plan with your SDLT return, or for transactions in England, Scotland and Wales, send the plan by email to: sdlt voa. Include details of the UTRN , the address or description of the land, and full contact details for any enquiries.
The vendor Question 34 - number of vendors You must answer this question. Show the number of vendors. Use numbers not words, for example use 2 not two. If there is more than one vendor you must complete questions 45 to If there are more than 2 vendors you must complete a supplementary form SDLT2 for each additional vendor not entered on the SDLT1 for example vendors 3, 4, 5.
Check that the number of SDLT2s enclosed is consistent with the information you entered at question You only need to complete for an individual. If the title is more than 6 letters, use abbreviations, for example show Captain as Capt.
Question 36 - surname or company name You must answer this question. Enter the surname family name or the company name of vendor 1. Use the space provided. If the name of vendor 1 is longer than this, use abbreviations. If vendor 1 is a company or partnership, go to question Question 37 - vendor 1 First name s Answer this question if vendor 1 is an individual. Question 38 - vendor 1 address You must answer this question. Use a separate row for each line of the address to make sure the house or building number and postcode are entered in the relevant fields.
If the address of their residence is not available then enter their contact address. If vendor 1 is a limited company enter the address of the registered office. Leave blank if the vendor is acting for themselves. Enter the name of the solicitor or other person acting as agent on behalf of the vendor.
Now complete questions 40 to Enter the DX number on the first line and enter the exchange location followed by the number on the second line, for example: DX Do not use any punctuation or symbols. Question 46 - vendor 2 surname or company name You must answer this question if there is more than one vendor.
Enter the surname family name or the company name of vendor 2. If the name of vendor 2 is longer than this, use abbreviations. Question 47 - vendor 2 first name Only answer if vendor 2 is an individual. The purchaser Question 49 - National Insurance number of purchaser 1 You must answer this question if the purchaser is an individual who has a permanent National Insurance number.
If not go to question Give the correct National Insurance number for the lead purchaser. A National Insurance number will look something like this, QQ 12 34 56 A and can be found on payslips from work or any letter from the Department for Work and Pensions or Jobcentre plus. If the final letter is not known leave the last box blank. If you did not answer this question you must answer either question 50 or Do not answer both questions.
Question 50 - VAT registration number If you did not answer question 49 you must answer 50 or Give the VAT registration number. Make sure the number you provide is a valid VAT registration number, it should: be 9 digits long, for example have no alpha characters not start with 00 Do not answer this question if there is no VAT registration number, leave this field blank and go to question If you answered this question go straight to question 52 Question 51 - if purchaser 1 is a UK company you must provide a UK company or partnership UTR If you did not answer questions 49 or 50 you must answer If you do not have any unique references and need help please contact the Stamp Taxes helpline.
Question 51 - second part Answer this question only if you did not answer question 49, 50 or the first part of For an individual who does not have a permanent National Insurance number, enter one of the following: non-UK tax reference number driving licence number ID card number For a non-individual, you can either enter a company registration number issued by Companies House or if you do not have this a non-UK tax reference.
If you answered the second part question 51 you also need to answer the third part of question Question 51 - third part Enter the country where the reference number was issued. Do not answer this question if you answered either questions 49, 50 or the first part of Question 52 - number of purchasers included You must answer this question. Enter the number of purchasers. If there is more than one purchaser you must complete questions 67 to If there are more than 2 purchasers you must complete a supplementary form SDLT2 for each additional purchaser not entered on the SDLT1 purchasers 3, 4, 5 and so on.
A purchaser includes a tenant, lessee or transferee who acquires or is granted a lease or tenancy and also the acquirer of any other interest. Question 54 - purchaser 1 - surname or company name You must answer this question. Enter the surname family name or the company name of the purchaser. If the purchaser is a company or partnership, go to question Note: where purchaser 1 is a bare trustee - a trustee with no independent authority acting on behalf of a beneficial owner, enter the beneficial owner if purchaser 1 is a company, use the name of the beneficial owner Form SDLT4 must also be completed if purchaser 1 , or any one of the purchasers, is a company.
Question 55 - purchaser 1 - first name s You must answer this question if purchaser 1 is an individual. If the name of purchaser 1 is longer than the space provided, please use abbreviations. Question 56 - purchaser 1 - address You must answer this question. Enter the address where we can write to purchaser 1 after the effective date of the land transaction.
If the address of residence of purchaser 1 is not available show their contact address. If the purchaser is a company the address of the registered office should be shown. Question 57 - is purchaser 1 acting as a trustee? Question 58 - give a daytime telephone number Enter a telephone number that purchaser 1 can be contacted on during office hours. Question 59 - are the purchaser and vendor connected? Examples include: a husband, wife or civil partner brother or sister, his or her ancestors and lineal descendants business partners and their relatives a person and a company that they control 2 companies controlled by the same person More information about linked transactions and connected persons is in SDLT for linked purchases and transfers.
Question 60 - to which address shall we send the certificate? Indicate the address where the SDLT5 certificate should be sent to:.
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Form
Save a copy of the return and the certificate and keep a record of the UTRN for every transaction. If the transaction has a large number of properties or there are multiple sellers or buyers, you can still file the return online. You can enter up to 99 entries any combination of buyers, sellers or properties. When the system tells you that you cannot add any more, give the additional details on a separate schedule for each additional property, seller or buyer and include the UTRN. Send your schedule to the Stamp Duty Land Tax office. You can order the SDLT1 online or by phone.
HMRC: Guide for completing paper SDLT1 returns
HMRC: SDLT 1 - Land Transaction Return