Use this form to inform the SRO when you have acquired shares in a land rich private corporation. You must refer to the Frequently Asked Questions - Completing Acquisition Statements when completing this form.
If you purchased a new principal place of residence but had not yet sold your existing home at 1 July, use this form to apply for a rebate on the land tax on the home you were not using as a principal place of residence at 1 July. If you rented out either property, you cannot claim this rebate.
This statement is used to determine whether the consideration paid for the property accurately reflects the market value for that property. The State Revenue Office (SRO) does this to determine the dutiable value of the transaction. You can use this form if you are one of the purchasers named in the agreement for sale, or if you are the solicitor or conveyancer acting for the purchaser.