RSTP secondary legislation

Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 secondary legislation

Consultations on The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 secondary legislation and on Tribunal Rules took place in 2014-15.

The following RSTPA secondary legislation has been laid before the Parliament:

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Privileged Communications) Regulations 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Involved Third Party) Order 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Fees for Payment) Regulations 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Postponement of Tax Pending a Review or Appeal) Regulations 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Interest on Unpaid Tax and Interest Rates in General) Regulations 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Record Keeping) Regulations 2015

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act (Reimbursement Arrangements) Regulations 2015

The first Commencement Orders for the two tax specific Acts and the Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act were laid before the Scottish Parliament on the 27 October and are available at:

The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 (Commencement No. 1) Order 2014

A section 104 order has been made under the Scotland Act 1998 establishing Revenue Scotland as part of the Scottish Administration.

The Deputy First Minister has made a commencement order under the Revenue Scotland Act 2014 bringing Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the Act into force, including section 2 which establishes Revenue Scotland as a body corporate.

A third Commencement Order for The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 was laid before the Scottish Parliament on 26 January 2015 bringing into force certain provisions of that Act on 16 and 24 February 2015.

A fourth and final Commencement Order for The Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 was laid before the Scottish Parliament on 13 March 2015 bringing into force the remaining provisions of that Act on 1 April 2015.

Last updated: 
30 March 2015
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