Transfers of dutiable property
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A transfer of dutiable property is normally liable to full duty based on the dutiable value of the property.
However, where property is transferred from a deceased estate to the person or persons beneficially entitled, concessional duty may apply under Section 63 of the Duties Act 1997.
Note:where title to the property is passing from the name of the deceased person to their executor/administrator, a transmission application rather than a transfer is generally used to effect the change.
A transmission application may also be used to have the property registered directly into the name of a beneficiary.
See the related topic on transmission application for more information.
Select the 'start' button to find out if you qualify for concessional duty on a transfer.