Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill


Outcome: E

A Bill to make provision to establish Revenue Scotland; to establish Scottish tax tribunals; to put in place a general anti-avoidance rule; to make provision about the collection and management of devolved taxes; and for connected purposes.

Current Status of the Bill

Royal Assent on 24 September 2014.

Stage 1

Stage 1 debate took place on 20 May 2014.

 Lead committee: Finance Committee

3rd Report, 2014 (Session 4): Stage 1 Report on the Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Bill (1.15MB pdf)

Dates of consideration by lead committee:

    5 February 2014 (evidence)

    19 February 2014 (evidence)

    26 February 2014 (evidence)

    26 March 2014 (evidence)

    23 April 2014

    30 April 2014

Dates of consideration by other committees:

    15 January 2014 (Public Audit)

    13 May 2014 (Delegated Powers and Law Reform)

    12 August 2014 (Delegated Powers and Law Reform)

Report by Delegated Powers and Law Reform Committee on Bill at Stage 1

After Passing

Royal Assent on 24 September 2014.

Revenue Scotland and Tax Powers Act 2014 asp 16

The following volume, published on 10 April 2015, contains all the material relevant to the passage of this Bill:

Passage of the Bill:

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