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STAMP DUTIES.
Delivery Order, ----- Id.
Warrant for goods, ----- 3d.
Exemptions. — (1.) Document or writing given by
any inland carrier acknowledging the receipt of goods
conveyed by such carrier.
(2.) A weight note issued together with a duly
stamped warrant, and relating solely to the same
goods, &c.
Deposit of Title-Deeds. See Mortgage, and §
105. (This section defines "Mortgage.")
Deputation by the Commissioners of Inland Re-
venue. See Commission.
Deputation or Appointment of a gamekeeper, 10s-
[Disentail. Instrument of, - - - 10s.]
Dispensation. See Faculty.
Disposition of heritable property in Scotland to
singular successors or purchasers. See Convey-
ance on Sale.
Disposition of heritable property in Scotland to a
purchaser containing a clause declaring all or any
part of the purchase-money a real burden upon, or
affecting the heritable properly thereby disponed,
or any part thereof. See Conveyance on Sale,
Mortgage, &c.
Disposition in Scotland containing constitution of
feu or ground annual right. See Conveyance
on Sale, and § 72. (This section provides how
the consideration, when consisting of periodical
payments, is to be charged.)
Disposition in Security in Scotland. See Mort-
gage, &c.
Disposition of any wadset, heritable bond, &c. See
Mortgage, &c.
Disposition in Scotland of any property or of any
right or interest therein not described in this
schedule, - - - - - - 10s.
Dock Warrant. See Warrant for Goods.
Docket made on passing any instrument under the
Great Seal of the United Kingdom, - - 2s.
Donation of any ecclesiastical benefice, dignity, or
promotion. See Appointment, &c, to ecclesias-
tical benefices.
Draft for money. See Bill of Exchange, and
§ 40. (This section defines "Bill of Exchange.")
Duplicate or Counterpart of any instrument
chargeable with any duty. Where such duty does
not amount to 5s., the same duty as the original
instrument; in any other case, 5s. See § 93.
(This section provides that, to be duly stamped, it
must be stamped the same as the original, or have
the stamp impressed denoting the original duly
stamped.)
[Dwelling-Houses Act, 18 and 19 Vict. c. 88. —
Leases under, and transfers thereof, may have the
duties impressed on paper, or denoted by special
adhesive stamp —18 and 19 Vict. c. 88, § 21.]
Ecclesiastical Benefice. See Appointment,
&c, to ecclesiastical benefices.
Eik to a reversion. See Mortgage, &c., and § 105.
(This section defines "Mortgage.")
Exchange or Excambion. Partition or Divi-
sion. Instruments effecting. — [Instrument upon
the exchange of heritable property for other herit-
able property, or upon the division of heritable
property, if any consideration exceeding £100 shall
be given for equality — ad valorem conveyance on
sale duty for such consideration (§ 94.]
In any other case, - 10s.
Exemplification or Constat, under the Great
Seal ot the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, of any letters patent or grant made or to
be made by Her Majesty, her heirs or successors,
or by any of her royal predecessors, of any honour,
dignity, promotion, franchise, liberty, or privilege,
or of any lands, office, or other thing whatsoever, £5.
Extract. See Copy or Extract.
Factory, in the nature of a letter or power of at-
torney in Scotland. See Letter or Power oy
Attorney.
Feu -Contract in Scotland. See Conveyance oh
Sale, and § 72. (This section provides how the
consideration, when consisting of periodical pay-
ments, is to be charged.)
Foreign Security. See Mortgage, &c, and §§
113, 114, and 115.
Further Charge or Further Security. See
Mortgage, &c, and § 109.
[Gift. — Grant. See Crown.]
[Grant. See Admission and Appointment or
Grant.]
Grant or Letters Patfnt under the Great Seal of
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,
or under the Seal kept and used in Scotland in
place of the Great Seal formerly used there —
(1.) Of the honour or dignity of a duke, £350; of
a marquess, £300 ; of an earl, £250 ; of a viscount,
£200; of a baron, £150; of a baronet, - £100
(2, 3, 4, and 5) [applicable to ecclesiastical persons
and matters in Kngland.]
(6.) Of any franchise, liberty, or privilege to any
person or body politic or corporate, - - £30
Exemptions. — (1.) Commissions of rebellion in pro-
cess.
(2.) Letters patent or briefs for collecting charitable
benevolences.
Grant or Warrant of Precedence to take rank
among nobility, under the sign manual of Her Ma-
jesty, her heirs or successors, - - - £100
Grant or License under the sign manual to take
and use a surname and arms, or a surname only —
In compliance with the injunctions of any will or
settlement, ------ £50
Upon any voluntary application, - - £10
Grant of anus or armorial ensigns only, under the
sign manual, or by any of the Kings of Arms of
England, Scotland, or Ireland, - - £10
Grant of the custody of the person or estate of any
lunatic, -_-_-_ £2
Heritable Bond. See Mortgage, &c, and §
105. (This section defines " Mortgage.")
Institution. See Appointment, &c, to ecclesias-
tical benefices.
Insurance. See Policy.
Inventory. See Schedule.
[Joint Stock Companies. —Mfmorandum of As-
sociation, and Articles of Association must
bear stamps as if they were d. eds — 25 and 26
Vict. c. 89, § 1G. The duty for a deed is 10*
And see § 11.]

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