How long do I have to pay?
Duty is payable by the purchaser/transferee within 3 months of the transfer occurring, generally speaking 3 months after the date of settlement.
If the transaction is not effected by a written instrument, you must complete a written statement under section 13(1) of the Duties Act 2001 . The statement must be lodged and duty paid within three months of the date of the transaction.
Extensions of time
Any other request to extend the time for payment (or to pay by instalments) will be considered on a case by case basis pursuant to section 59 of the Tax Administration Act .
Duty Payment Options
Payment options for individuals
Payment options for taxpayer agents, accountants, lawyers etc paying duty on behalf of their clients
|Service Tasmania shops||Present the payment slip together with cash, cheque or money order, made payable to the Commissioner of State Revenue, at any Service Tasmania Shop: Code 84 |
Please allow 2 days for processing and stamping of the document which will be mailed back to you. If you require the document urgently, please present the Service Tasmania receipt at the 3rd floor of 80 Elizabeth Street, Hobart for immediate processing.
|State Revenue Office||Cash will not be accepted at the State Revenue Office. Present the payment slip at the 3rd floor of 80 Elizabeth Street, Hobart together with a cheque or money order, made payable to the Commissioner of State Revenue, for immediate collection of the documents. |
|Mail ||Post (or deliver) the payment slip together with a cheque or money order, made payable to the Commissioner of State Revenue, to GPO Box 1374, Hobart 7001; DX 10, Hobart; or 80 Elizabeth St. Hobart. Do not put cash in the mail.|
|Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)||To make an EFT arrangement please phone 03 6233 3513|
|Tasmanian Revenue Online||You can make payments using EFT or BPAY for the documents and returns that you have electronically lodged via Tasmanian Revenue Online. |
Over 90 leading legal firms and financial institutions currently use Tasmanian Revenue Online. If you would like to register for this system and gain the benefits of self assessment for your business and clients, please contact the State Revenue Office on 03 6233 3722.