Other Fuel Substitutes (Rates of Excise Duty) Order 2014
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The Other Fuel Substitutes (Rates of Excise Duty etc.) (Amendment) Order 2014 came into force on 1 April 2014
1 April 2014
Finance - UK
The Other Fuel Substitutes (Rates of Excise Duty etc.) (Amendment) Order 2014 requires that liquids to be used as additives or extenders to hydrocarbon fuel subject to a rebate of excise duty are subject to the same rebated rate as the fuel which they are to be added to.
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