Northern Territory Conveyancing

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Northern Territory Conveyancing FAQs

General FAQs

Stamp duty is a tax imposed by all state and territory governments in Australia on most property transactions. The buyer is responsible for the payment of stamp duty. The rate of duty you pay is linked to the value or purchase price of the property and it is often a considerable expense. You should factor stamp duty into any decision to buy property. The work that we undertake for you for the fixed fee will vary in each state in order that we can meet the specific obligations required in that state.

In Victoria, the State Revenue Office (SRO) administers stamp duty. The SRO website contains information about stamp duty concessions and exemptions that you may be entitled to and also has a calculator that you can use to determine how much stamp duty you will be liable to pay. See: www.sro.vic.gov.au

In New South Wales, the Office of State Revenue (OSR) administers stamp duty. The OSR website contains information about stamp duty concessions and exemptions that you may be entitled to and also has a calculator that you can use to determine how much stamp duty you will be liable to pay. See: http://www.osr.nsw.gov.au

Queensland: for calculating land holder duty rates in QLD see: http://www.qld.gov.au/housing/buying-owning-home/transfer-duty-rates/

Northern Territory: In the NT stamp duty is administered by the Dept Treasury and Finance. For stamp duty guidelines and calculation see: http://www.treasury.nt.gov.au/TaxesRoyaltiesAndGrants/StampDuty/Pages/Stamp-Duty-Guidelines.aspx

Tasmania: In Tasmania stamp duty is administered by the Dept  Treasury and Finance. For more information see: https://www.treasury.tas.gov.au/domino/dtf/SROWebsite.nsf/v-all/380146A04610A996CA25758B000686E0?OpenDocument&menuitem=Property%20Buyers

South Australia: In South Australia stamp duty is administered by the Dept  Treasury and Finance. For more information see: https://www.revenuesa.sa.gov.au/taxes-and-duties/stamp-duties/calculators

Western Australia:  In Western Australia stamp duty is administered by the Dept Finance. For more information see: https://www.finance.wa.gov.au/cms/State_Revenue/Duties/Rates/Rates_of_Duty.aspx

Australian Capital Territory: In the ACT stamp duty is administered by the ACT Revenue Office. For more information see: http://www.revenue.act.gov.au/duties-and-taxes/duties/land-and-improvements

After exchange, the purchaser may have time to “cool off”. Not all States allow a cooling off period but if a cooling off period applies, the purchaser can withdraw before the end of the cooling off period. Cooling off does not apply to sales at auction.

Victorian purchasers may end the contract within three (3) business days of the day that the purchaser signs the contract, if none of the exceptions listed below applies to the purchaser. The purchaser is entitled to a refund of all the money paid except for $100 or 0.2% of the purchase price (whichever is greater).

The three (3) day cooling off period does not apply if:

  • The purchaser bought the property at or within three (3) business days before or after a publicly listed auction; or
  • The purchaser and the vendor previously signed a contract for the sale of the same land, in substantially the same terms; or
  • The purchaser is an estate agent or a corporate body.
    NSW

In NSW cooling off is five (5) business days from exchange, unless it has been waived by the purchaser, who has received a “Section 66W Certificate” from a solicitors or conveyancer. If the purchaser properly exercises their right to cooling off, the purchaser forfeits 0.25% of the purchase price. Some vendors may refuse to exchange contracts unless a signed Section 66W Certificate is provided.

 

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Northern Territory Conveyancing

MyPlace is a one stop low cost conveyancing shop that provides a fixed fee service no matter where you are buying or selling in this great country of ours.

Buy and sell your property from anywhere with the best home conveyancing online and a property conveyancing specialist team at your fingertips. Your peace of mind is our guarantee. The Northern Territory is a great place to live with the youngest median age in the country of just 31.3 years of age. A dynamic community deserves a dynamic service and MyPlace has got you covered with affordable quality conveyancing from Darwin to Alice Springs.

We can do the hard yards for you from title searches to the final settlement to complete your property transaction.

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