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What is a "non-UK resident" for the purpose of paying SDLT?

It is stated here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/stamp-duty-land-tax-buying-an-additional-residential-property#sdlt-rates-for-non-uk-residents that There is a 2% surcharge on residential properties in ...
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Understanding a passage from the guidance on higher rates on SDLT

I would like to fully understand the following passage from https://www.gov.uk/guidance/stamp-duty-land-tax-buying-an-additional-residential-property : You must pay the higher Stamp Duty Land Tax (...
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Stamp duty surcharge for a person with a property overseas

Suppose there is a person that lives in the UK for 4 years in a rented property. Moreover, they own half a flat overseas jointly with their parent (that costs less than £10.000). If I understand ...
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Mortgage for a couple where one partner is not a first time buyer

There is a married couple in the UK where partner X owns a share of a property, while partner Y doesn't (i.e, Y is a first time buyer per se). Can partner Y apply for a mortgage alone (in order to ...
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Including Stamp Duty in the mortgage

Can a person buying a property in the UK include the Stamp Duty in the mortgage? If this is possible, I wonder, how common is this and would it make harder to secure the mortage?
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Stamp duty for a couple with one person owning less than £40000 of property overseas

Suppose a couple is buying a house in the UK. One partner is a first time buyer, another owns a share of property overseas with value less than £40,000 (and nothing else). Suppose they are buying a ...
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Stamp duty on UK share purchases made by non-UK residents

I am a UK ex-pat living in the EU and have recently bought shares in two different UK companies using an EU-based broker. Following the transactions I was surprised to find that there was no stamp ...