Registering as a transfer duty self assessor
As a registered self assessor, you can lodge and pay transactions online using OSRconnect and stamp documents.
Registered transfer duty self assessors are taxpayer agents - they are usually solicitors and conveyancers. In some cases, parties to transactions can also register.
To register as a transfer duty self assessor for OSRconnect, you must be one of the following:
- individual sole trader
- company director (to register a company)
- trustee (to register a trust)
- partner (to register a partnership)
- authorised delegate (to register a government department).
To register online, you first must be authorised to complete an application and declaration.
Answer the questions below to find out if you should register as a self assessor, your registration type and applicant type, and then follow the 'next steps' at the end.
Organisations include companies, partnerships, trusts (a trust includes a relationship in which a person - the trustee - holds property for the benefit of others - the beneficiaries), government departments, associations, clubs, unincorporated entities or joint ventures.
Notification of registration
We will respond in writing to all applications. If you are successfully registered, we will inform you of:
- the registration date
- your client number
- the documents and transactions to which the registration relates
- the dates for lodging transactions and paying duty
- the records and documents that you must keep on file
- your stamping requirements.
- Last reviewed: 07 Dec 2017
- Last updated: 10 Nov 2016
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For transfer duty self assessment queries:
- call 1300 132 685
- email email@example.com.
For queries on payroll tax, land tax and royalties:
- call 1300 300 734 (Australia) or +61 7 3227 6044 (overseas)
- send an email using our online enquiry form.