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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 7:55 pm    Post subject: Make the Duchy of Cornwall (& Lancaster) tow the line. Reply with quote

Please sign my 10 Downing St. E-petition: -

http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/duchies/

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We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to remove the privileges which give the duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster an unfair advantage so that they have to operate according to the laws and taxation applied to all other businesses.
Mad
The duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster are exempt from corporation, capital gains and inheritance tax. They are also exempt from civil law so tenants have no recourse. This means that these duchies are able to operate on the same playing field as other businesses but they have a huge advantage, the time has come for them to tow the line.
Mad

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