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Copyright, Designs And Patents Bill Lords

Volume 132: debated on Thursday 28 April 1988

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Resolved,

That, for the purposes of any Act resulting from the Copyright, Designs and Patents Bill [Lords], it is expedient to authorize—
(1) the imposition of charges to tax in connection with provisions requiring the deductions of income tax from royalties and other sums paid in respect of the use of designs to persons whose usual place of abode is outside the United Kingdom; and
(2) the payment into the Consolidated Fund of any sums received by the Secretary of State or the Lord Chancellor by virtue of the Act.—[Mr. Maclean.]