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‘ALSPAC’ infant morbidity and Council Tax Band: doctor consultations are higher in lower bands

The costs of care in general practice: patients compared by the council tax valuation band of their home address

HARDY, Herbert Ronald (1900 - 1954), FID; General Commissioner of Income Tax, Pevensey Division; Member East Sussex County Council

Ordinance to Provide for a Council and for the Making of By-Laws and Levying of Taxes in Tristan da Cunha 1985, Ordinance of St. Helena 1985/1 (Saint Helena [sh]) Ord St H 1985/1

Ordinance to Provide for a Council and for the Making of By-Laws and Levying of Taxes in Tristan da Cunha 1985 (as Amended to 1988), Ordinance of St. Helena 1985/1 (Saint Helena [sh]) Ord St H 1985/1

McLEAN, John (1893 - 1978), Member, Council of Foreign Bondholders, 1948–74; a UK Representative on Commonwealth Economic Committee, 1950–62; a General Commissioner of Income Tax for City of London, 1956–68

Cisg & Unidroit Principles: Crossing Cultures And Filling Gaps - 2004 Clive M. Schmitthoff International Commercial Law Seminar - 7th CISG-AC Meeting, organised by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, International Commercial Law and Tax Unit, Queen Mary University of London in co-operation with the CISG Advisory Council - London (United Kingdom), 30 January 2004.

Using Tax Incentives to Conserve and Enhance Biodiversity in Europe. By CLARE SHINE [Strasbourg, Council of Europe Publishing, 2005, 110 pp, ISBN 9287157804, Paperback, €13]
 Species at Risk: Using Economic Incentives to Shelter Endangered Species on Private Lands. Edited by JASON F. SHOGREN [Austin, University of Texas Press, 2005, ix + 271 pp, ISBN 029270576X, Hardback, $50; ISBN 0292705972, Paperback, $21.95]

 

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The main UK tax levied by local authorities. Council tax is payable by the occupants of dwellings at rates depending on their valuation, as assessed in seven bands by the District Valuer. A reduced rate of council tax is payable by sole occupants of houses, and some low-income households are exempt. The rate at which council tax is levied is decided by individual local authorities, subject to upper limits fixed by the central government.

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