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This guide gives you the Stamp Duty payment deadlines and tells you about your payment options.
The bank account information in this guidance is only for payment of Stamp Duty, and should not be used to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax.
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There is a 30 day time limit after execution (when the documents are dated and signed by all parties) for getting the document stamped and paying the required Stamp Duty. If you do not present your document to the Stamp Office with the correct duty payment within this deadline a penalty and interest may be charged.
You will need to provide your reference number which will be the company number you have generated/chosen yourself.
When you make a payment to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) it's important that you use the right reference. This makes sure your payment reaches your account and that you won't get reminders after you've paid.
You can use your bank or building society services to pay by:
To pay your Stamp Duty using any of the above payment methods you'll need to set up the payment details with your bank. You'll need to supply them with:
This is a service that has been introduced by the banking industry for sending payments initiated by internet or telephone banking on the same day, providing the value of the payment does not exceed the value limit set by the sending bank.
When paying by post please:
If paying by post, please send to:
Birmingham Stamp Office
City Centre House
30 Union Street
If using the DX service please send to:
Birmingham Stamp Office - Stamp Duty
Please allow at least three working days for your payment to reach HMRC.
Your stamped document is your receipt.
If you have made your payment electronically using one of the methods covered in this guide you can confirm from your own bank or building society statement that payment has cleared your account.
If you send your payment by post you will need to send a letter with your payment If you want a receipt.