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Changing stamp duty landscape and real property transfers

Source: South Australia

Published Date: 26 Feb 2016


This presentation covers:

  • 2015 SA budget changes - introduction
  • growing definition of land
  • concessions and exemptions
  • share/unit transfers - are they really duty free?
  • new anti-avoidance provision
  • year-end tax planning issues
  • changes in land tax
  • succession/asset protection planning.

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Changing stamp duty landscape and real property transfers

Author(s): Nicole Santinon , Leo Efthivoulou CTA


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