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Stamp duty update for developers paper


This paper covers:

  • companies
  • unit trusts
  • discretionary trusts
  • partnerships
  • timing the acquisition of property.

Author profiles

Duncan Bedford ATI
Duncan, of McCullough Robertson, has a background in general commercial law and brings a practical approach to the advice he provides clients across a range of industries. He is an expert in business and transaction structuring and taxation, particularly stamp duty. Duncan’s experience includes designing and implementing effective structures for transactions and asset ownership to obtain advantageous tax and stamp duty outcomes, and advising on stamp duty exemptions, assessments, private rulings and objections. He also advises on corporate reconstructions, demergers, holding company interpositions and rollovers, and general commercial matters, offering cost-effective solutions to taxation and revenue issues. - Current at 21 February 2018
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Jessica Laird
Jessica Laird, McCullough Robertson Jessica is a commercial and transactions lawyer with a focus on stamp duty and other transaction taxes. She has experience across a range of industries when it comes to designing and implementing tax effective corporate restructures as well as structuring transactions to obtain advantageous stamp duty outcomes. Specifically within the stamp duty space, Jessica also advises on the application of stamp duty exemptions (including corporate reconstruction exemptions) and assists clients when dealing with revenue offices in all jurisdictions in relation to duty assessments, private rulings and objections. - Current at 01 March 2015
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