Stamp Duty on Transfer of Units in a Unit Trust Owning Qualifying Land

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Is this Qualifying Land** pursuant to a contract of sale or purchase entered into...
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Qualifying Land Reduction:
Total Payable*:

**Qualifying Land means land that is being used other than for residential purposes or for primary production as defined in Section 50 of the 2015 Budget Act (and as proposed by Section 71DC of the SDA). The Commissioner will generally rely on land use codes to determine whether he considers land to be residential or primary production land. The land use codes within the following Land Use Code (LUC) headings will be taken to be Qualifying Land:

  • Commercial (LUC 2000-2990)
  • Industrial (LUC 3100-3909)
  • Vacant Land (with some exceptions) (LUC 4110-4600)
  • Institutions (LUC 5100-5990)
  • Public Utilities (LUC 6100-6990)
  • Recreation (LUC 7100-7900)
  • Mining and Quarrying (LUC 8100-8409)

The following land use codes are NOT considered by the Commissioner to be Qualifying Land:

  • Residential (with some exceptions) (LUC 1100-1999)
  • Primary Production (LUC 9100-9990)
  • Vacant Land - Urban (LUC 4100)
  • Vacant Land with minor improvements - Urban (LUC 4101)
  • Vacant Land - rural residential (LUC 4150)
  • Vacant Land with minor improvements - Rural Living (LUC 4151)

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