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Property Transfer Duties11468Duty is applied to most property transfers in Tasmania. Duty applies to, but is not limited to: Easements and covenants; Gifts and inheritances; Residential property; and Vacant land.12/05/2020 6:30:58 AMDuty (previously known as "stamp duty") is a form of taxation charged by the State Government, under the Duties Act 2001, when someone acquires an interest in 2htmlFalseaspx
Duties Act 2001 - Information for the Insurance Industry908220/09/2017 3:16:17 AMBefore this date, stamp duty was charged under the provisions of the Stamp Duties Act 1931 Duty return forms Click here for duty return forms and their explanations 82https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2004-9 GST on dutiable transactions (Superseded)90086/11/2019 12:43:00 AMrelates to conveyances assessed pursuant to items 6 and 7 of the Stamp Duties Act 1931 As at 1 July 2001 the Stamp Duties Act 1931 is to be replaced by the Duties Act 2001 32https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-GEN-2001-1 Explanation and Status of Revenue Rulings (Superseded)92046/11/2019 2:48:25 AMFirst Home Owners Grant, Land Tax, Pay-roll Tax, Stamp Duties Taxation Administration Act 1997, Stamp Duties Act 1931, Financial Institutions Duty Act 1986 31https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2012-1 (Superseded) Application of section 22 of the i Duties Act 2001 i (Aggregation)935918/11/2019 5:02:43 AMChapter 2 charges duty on dutiable transactions reference can be made to historical stamp duties cases on aggregation because of the similarities 72https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2001-5 - Insurance Duty - (Superseded) Apportionment of Premiums between Australian Jurisdictions89986/11/2019 12:50:36 AMThe Duties Act 2001(the Act) provides for the apportionment of premiums relating to publishes each year a "Conspectus of Stamp Duties" including the approved Schedule, as amended 22https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2008-26 Insurance Duty - (Superseded) Apportionment of premiums between Australian jurisdictions90136/11/2019 12:46:15 AMAttachments : PUB-DT-2008-26 Insurance Duty – Apportionment of premiums between Australian jurisdictions Duties Duties Act 2001 PUB-DT-2001-5 16 Jul 2008 to 28https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2019-1 - Insurance Duty - Apportionment of premiums between Australian jurisdictions440092/04/2019 12:56:32 AMThe Duties Act 2001(the Act) provides for the apportionment of premiums relating to publishes each year a "Conspectus of Stamp Duties" including the approved Schedule, as amended 11https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2004-5 (Supserseded)900518/11/2019 4:41:36 AMAggregation of Dutiable Transactions : Duties : Duties Act 2001 : PUB-DT-2002-3 and PUB-DT-2003-3 Chapter 2 of the Duties Act 2001 ("the Act") charges duty on dutiable transactions 29https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2002-3 (Superseded)899918/11/2019 4:46:49 AMChapter 2 of the Duties Act 2001 ("the Act") charges duty on dutiable transactions of the the Act is to ensure the same duty is paid on similar transactions, even if one of 27https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2002-7 (Superseded)90016/11/2019 4:52:02 AMand Probate Act 1935 – subsection 53(j), Duties Act 2001  A lease – subsection 53(d), Duties Act 2001  A residential lease – item 16 Schedule 3 to Stamp Duties Act 1931 19https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
TRO user factsheet series no 11 - Change in trustees300923/03/2020 10:52:42 PMmay be eligible for a concessional rate of duty in accordance with Section 49 of the Act If my trust does not hold property, do I still need to pay duty when the trustees change https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2014-2 Apparent Purchaser Ruling935813/09/2017 4:18:56 AM(a) a declaration of trust made by an In Truskett v Commissioner of Stamp Duties (NSW) (1976) 6 ATR 1, Rath J held that the Stamp Duties Act 1920 (NSW) equivalent to section 39 was 49https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2003-4 (Superseded)90046/11/2019 4:48:55 AMThere are specific exemptions from duty provided in the Duties Act 2001 ("the Act subject instrument to the State Revenue Office and request an exempt stamp to be impressed 28https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2017-1 Exemptions that are not required to be endorsed92003/07/2017 1:16:59 AMThere are various exemptions from duty provided in the Duties Act 2001 (the Act to produce the subject instrument to the SRO and request an exempt stamp to be impressed 39https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
PUB-DT-2014-4 Exemptions that are not required to be stamped (Superseded)93616/11/2019 4:39:57 AMThere are various exemptions from duty provided in the Duties Act 2001 (the Act to produce the subject instrument to the SRO and request an exempt stamp to be impressed 24https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Statement to Law Society and Conveyancers re EPAs and Cleared Funds906727/06/2017 2:44:57 AMThe aim is to reduce the Under section 231 of the Duties Act 2001, the Commissioner of State Revenue can only stamp an instrument once duty on the transaction has been paid in full https://www.sro.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Self endorse105919/06/2020 6:36:00 AMself endorse, you will need to stamp the document with your organisation's unique licence create a refund of the amount of duty and interest, if applicable, for the document on the htmlFalseaspx

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