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De facto relationship instruments (s. 422(c)) interactive help

Under section 424 of the Duties Act 2001, transfer duty is not imposed on certain transactions made in accordance with a recognised agreement to resolve property matters at the end of a de facto relationship.

Answer the following questions to determine if an exemption applies to the transaction you are self assessing.


Read examples of dutiable and exempt transactions under section 266 of the Property Law Act 1974 for more information.


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