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Duty fundamentals

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 28 Sep 2012


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This paper covers:

  • a greater appreciation of what transactions could be subject to duty
  • better placed to understand the trigger points and what to look out for
  • practical issues around what to do when a duty liability arises and managing the lodgement process
  • the way forward for stamp duty and what will be important
  • the landholder regime and its increased significance in the stamp duty landscape.



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Duty fundamentals

Author(s): Edward Manasseh , George Papadakos CTA
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