Capital Gains Tax (CGT) GST State taxes

Partitioning of land

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 10 Aug 2010

This presentation covers:
  • overview of partitioning
  • CGT implications
  • GST considerations
  • stamp duty
  • transfers from agent/nominees
  • financing risks.

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Partitioning land - How do you ensure there are no unexpected tax liabilities?

Author(s): Denis Barlin CTA


  • Published By: Denis Barlin CTA
  • Published On:10 Aug 2010
  • Took place at:Swissotel, Sydney

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