To meet the requirements of the Commonwealth’s amended Taxation Administration Act, additional transferee data about real property transfers must be collected and reported to the Australian Taxation Office from 1 October 2016. The required data is collected on this addendum and will be transmitted to the Commonwealth by the State Revenue Office.
Complete this declaration if you are applying for the Intergenerational Rural Transfer Exemption for the transfer of primary production land. This should be read in conjunction with the Intergenerational Rural Transfer Exemption guideline.
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.
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.
Use this form to claim an exemption from duty when transferring a principal place of residence to a spouse or partner to be held as joint tenants or tenants in common in equal shares. This form will need to be witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, a Commissioner for Declarations or other authorised person.
Use this form when claiming a refund from duty for property transfers involving married couples or partners in a significant relationship or caring partners. This form will need to be witnessed by a Justice of the Peace, a Commissioner for Declarations or other authorised person
Use this acquisition statement if you made a relevant acquisition in a private company or private unit trust scheme that has land holdings in Tasmania with an unencumbered value of $500 000 or more (private landholder).
Use this acquisition statement if you made a relevant acquisition in a listed company or public unit trust scheme that has land holdings in Tasmania with an unencumbered value of $500 000 or more (public landholder).
Tasmanian Revenue Online (TRO) users should use this form to set up an electronic payment of accounts (formerly called 'direct debit'). Financial Institutions require that a separate form be completed for each tax line you lodge. Payments will not be debited from this account without your authority.