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New land tax and stamp duty issues and planning techniques presentation

Published on 06 Oct 06 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Following from the recent State and Territory Budgets, stamp duty is going... going... but definitely not gone. The abolition of a number of duties has lead to a sharper focus on real property. We can also see that the impact of CPT Custodian is becoming apparent in both a land tax and stamp duty context. Does it clear or muddy the waters? This presentation outlines:

  • signifi cant stamp duty/land tax outcomes from the 2006/7 State and Territory Budgets
  • practical application of the High Court decision in CPT Custodian and other recent changes
  • impact on the application of land rich and “look-through” duty
  • property and options: how options can be used in a development context
  • land tax - where to post the trust surcharge?

Author profile:

Author Photo - Zoe CHUNG
Zoe CHUNG
Zoe Chung FTIA is a Director in the Specialist Transaction Taxes group at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Her main areas of practice includes stamp duty issues relating to wholesale property trusts, land rich and funds management and income tax issues relating to trusts, and revenue litigation, with a special focus on all imposts in relation to real property transactions.
Current at 9 October 2008
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This was presented at 45th Victorian State Convention: Finding buried treasure .

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