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Property Transactions: Stamp Duty, Land Tax & GST

Published on 24 Jun 2003 | Took place at Leonda by the Yarra, Hawthorn , VIC

This seminar provided an update on the key areas of stamp duty and land tax applicable to property transactions, and reviewed the key GST issues that cause confusion when dealing with property. The seminar also provided insight into the current application and administration of State property taxes from the viewpoint of the State Revenue Office.

The presentations set out the key State tax issues including:
- insight into current key property tax issues for the State Revenue Office
- key planning issues for the application of Victorian land tax and stamp duty to property transactions
- rights to challenge land tax and stamp duty assessments
- recent rulings and case law developments
- key GST issues for sales of land, new residential premises, off-the-plan property sales and property development.

Please note that the materials from the presentation by Keith Harvey will not be made available on this website.

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Individual sessions

Review of State taxes impacting property

Author(s):  David OGILVIE This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- transactions under Duties Act
- aggregation of transactions
- nominations under contracts
- electronic transactions.

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Land tax issues impacting property

Author(s):  Zoe CHUNG This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- planning issues for land tax
- objections to land tax assessments
- valuations/indexation factors
- recent court developments.

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Recent developments in stamp duty on property transactions

Author(s):  Michael GIDDINGS This seminar paper covers the following topics:
- consideration and valuation issues
- recent developments for land rich companies and trusts
- seeking corporate reconstruction relief
- recent legislative and court developments
- GST issues affecting stamp duty.

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