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HMRC internal manual

Securities Guidance

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Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: contents

  1. SG15605
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: power to require security for the payment of Insurance Premium Tax
  2. SG15610
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: meaning of 'registrable person'
  3. SG15615
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: meaning of 'taxable insurance contracts'
  4. SG15620
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: registrable person’s right to a review
  5. SG15625
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: time limits for review completion
  6. SG15630
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: registrable person’s right to appeal to an independent tribunal following notification of review conclusion
  7. SG15635
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: registrable person’s right to appeal to an independent tribunal
  8. SG15640
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: power to determine the amount and manner of security
  9. SG15645
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: power to include existing debt in the quantum
  10. SG15650
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: penalty for failure to provide security
  11. SG15655
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: compensation orders against convicted persons
  12. SG15660
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: power to proceed against company directors, officers, shadow directors, etc
  13. SG15665
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: evidence by certificate
  14. SG15670
    Introduction and the law: the law on security: Insurance Premium Tax: power to direct a registrable person to make monthly returns