revenue stamp

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revenue stamp

n.
A stamp affixed to an item as proof that a government tax has been paid.

rev′enue stamp`


n.
a stamp showing that a governmental tax has been paid.
[1860–65]
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Noun1.revenue stamp - a small piece of adhesive paper that is put on an object to show that a government tax has been paid
piece of paper, sheet of paper, sheet - paper used for writing or printing
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Properties up to PS300,000 are now removed from Stamp Duty Stamp duty is payable at 5 per cent on the amount over PS300,000 up to a maximum of PS500,000.
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He wrote: "The duty stamp on the rear label did not fluoresce under an ultra-violet lamp.
The label is a copy of an old pre-2007 version of Spar 70cl Vodka; the Duty stamp is incorrect and does not fluoresce under UV light.
He said he would usually check for a UK Duty Stamp, and inspect the barcode and labelling - and insisted he trained his staff to do the same, despite there being no mention of it in Loose Cannon's training manual.
Closer inspection of the labels on these bottles identified that they had false rear labels and a counterfeit UK duty stamp.
The HMRC spokeswoman added: "Cigarettes and tobacco purchased should be marked as 'UK duty paid' and alcohol should contain the UK duty stamp marking if it is more than 22% alcohol by volume.
Imported beer would also require a duty stamp, while exporting duty-stamped beer would be banned.
The main distinctive marks are that the Duty stamp is incorrect and does not fluoresce under UV light.
The FWD council voted unanimously to campaign for the government to make it illegal to sell beer without a duty stamp.