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Stamp duties: tips, traps and transition

Published on 26 Feb 99 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Tips include transfer of business, purchases by nominees, and setting up unit trusts. Traps include transfers of shares in trustee companies, and agregation. As well GST impact on Queensland stamp duties is discussed.

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Russell Beer
Russell is a Partner at MacDonnells Lawyers in Cairns. Russell has been practising law since 1982. He joined MacDonnells Solicitors in 1989, was made a Partner in 1990, and held the position of the firm’s Chairman of Partners from 2000 until the end of 2007. Russell provides advice to businesses, local authorities, statutory bodies and government owned corporations in the areas of tax, commercial and company law, including the revenue consequences of their business transactions. This work has included advice on appropriate structuring for businesses, formation of various legal entities, providing government owned corporations and local government with a wide range of advice concerning complex legal and corporate advice, revenue advice in the areas of income tax, stamp duty and land tax, and providing a full range of services to those involved in commerce and the property development industry. Current at 25 May 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Russell BEER.
 

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