Combining Dutiable Transactions
The transfer duty on multiple dutiable transactions must be added together and treated as a single transaction. These transactions can only be combined however when they are ‘related’ - meaning they form one arrangement or are ‘aggregated’ based on certain factors.
Aggregation of dutiable transactions is compulsory under section 30 of the Duties Act 2001.
When adding transactions the transfer duty is calculated on the total consideration or value and not each dutiable transaction separately. During the lodgement of the documents for assessment of the stamp duty all parties must state the following information:
Their knowledge of:
The factors which determine whether transactions can be aggregated are:
When transactions are aggregated it is important to anticipate that the duty payable may end up higher than when each transaction is calculated separately and added together.
Calculating Combined Stamp Duty in Queensland
To calculate the transfer duty payable on related transactions the transfer duty rate must be applied to the total value of all aggregated transactions.
As the duty rate is worked out on sliding scale whereby more duty is payable as the value of the property increases the resulting duty on aggregated transactions is likely to be higher.
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Posted on: 13 November, 2019
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