PD stamp
Particulars delivered stamp. A stamp that was required for an instrument transferring a freehold, granting a lease for a term of more than seven years or assigning (on sale) any such lease prior to the introduction of the stamp duty land tax regime on 1 December 2003. The instrument had to be produced to HM Revenue & Customs (in practice, the Stamp Office) to be stamped "PD".
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