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Stamp Duty - a practical approach

Published on 20 Feb 2003 | Took place at Menzies Hotel, Sydney , NSW

Stamp duty law across Australia must be considered by acountants and lawyers as the impact of stamp duty on commercial tranactions can be far reaching and, at times, lead to surprising outcomes. This seminar will canvas New South Wales stamp duty laws in depth and explore comparisons with other jurisdictions as appropriate. Practical guidance together with technical analysis will provide attendees with new insights into the operation of the New South Wales stamp duty.

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Individual sessions

Business Acquisitions

Author(s):  David KLARICH This paper provides information on dutiable transactions, dutiable property, allocation of consideration, IP and goodwill and comparisons with other jurisdictions.

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Dealings with Real Estate

Author(s):  Angela MELICK This paper provides an overview of sale, lease and licences of property; land landrich companies and trusts; and a comparison with interstate landrich rules.

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Corporate Reorganisations

Author(s):  Angela MELICK This paper discusses the relief allowed by NSW for corporate reorganisations; comparisons with other jurisdictions; and an application to consolidate and de-merge?

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Trusts and Trustees

Author(s):  Fiona GIUSEPPI This paper discusses the establishment and dealings with trusts; change of trustee; introduction of discretionary and capital beneficiaries; change of unit holders and other common issues.

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Hands on Tax Administration

Author(s):  Sally HINES This paper discusses the lodgment and payment; penalties and interest regime; managing a tax audit; cross border stamping and nominal stamping.

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Mortgage Duty

Author(s):  John LOXTON This paper discusses what security instruments are dutiable, reviews the NSW amendments and looks at stamping cross border securities.

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