Miscellaneous 2001

Stamp Duty: The New Duties Bill

Source: QLD

Published Date: 18 May 2001


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This paper discusses what's new in Stamp Duties including: How does it work?; What are the major changes?; How are trusts and partnerships handled?; What about anti-avoidance?; Are lending transactions affected?; Examples of operations of key features of the New Bill.

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Stamp Duty: The New Duties Bill

Author(s): Jeff Mann
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  • Published By: Jeff Mann
  • Published On:18 May 2001
  • Took place at:Marriot Resort, Surfers Paradise

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