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Selling off the developer paper

Published on 29 Aug 12 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper looks at the tax and legal implications of selling land to a developer for a pre-agreed price or share of profits.

Issues covered include:

  • what is a mere realisation and what practical steps should be taken to ensure this result?
  • access and security issues
  • stamp duty implications
  • can the margin scheme be used?
  • valuation tips and traps
  • development leases.

Author profile:

David Stitt CTA
David is a consultant to Freehill's Brisbane Corporate and Tax practices. He is an experienced corporate lawyer as well as a chartered accountant (with a tax background). David utilises his expertise to advise on commercial legal and taxation issues in Australia. Current at 29 August 2012
 

This was presented at Queensland Annual Property Day 2012.

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