Note: NowInfinity is acting as an agent on behalf of the relevant state revenue offices and the deed is stamped on their behalf, in line with their respective terms and conditions.
Trust deed documents now available for stamping via NowInfinity
- Discretionary Trust
- Discretionary Trusts (Capital Reserved Lineal Descendant)
- Discretionary Trusts (Fully Reserved Lineal Descendants)
- Fixed Unit Trust
- NSW Land tax Unit Trust
Note: Stamping is available only for Victoria and New South Wales jurisdictions. The 'Stamping' page would still appear on forms apart from Victoria and New South Wales jurisdiction, however there is no stamping option available for these documents.
Steps to order stamping
Step 1: Enter all the details on the Create a Trust form.
On the 'Stamping' page of the form, enter the Recipient's name and Delivery Address.
The default Delivery address is set to the account primary address. If you wish to change the Delivery Address Information, please click the "Find Address" functionality.
Note: The "Total number of deeds to be stamped " field is the original deed plus the number of copies you want stamped e.g. 1 original plus 2 copies, enter 3 in this field. The maximum total number of copies that can be ordered is 3.
Step 2: Click Next Step and Complete the form - the page will now prompt for the payment for the stamping.
Fees for the stamping of documents:
NSW: $500 original | $10 per duplicate
VIC: $200 original | No fee for duplicates
Note: An applicable stamping service fee of $66.00 will also be applied to the invoice.
Step 3: Documents generated for the trusts on the Collaboration page will include the Stamping Instructions and Stamp Duty Declaration (if VIC). These documents can be downloaded from the Collaboration page, and will also be a part of the print package if a Hardcopy has been ordered.
Note: The Stamp Duty Declaration is required to be downloaded for deeds under Victorian jurisdiction.
Step 4: Once ordered, follow the documentation process to complete the stamping as laid out in the article, What to do if NowInfinity is Stamping your Deed