Stamp Duty Declaration

 

When NowInfinity lodge the deed, the Victorian SRO (State Revenue Office) advises that Before proceeding, please ensure that the Declaration of Trust being processed adheres to the following rules: 

» The Declaration of Trust must not contain identified or dutiable property.
» The Declaration of Trust must have been executed in Victoria.
» All Deeds relating to the Declaration of Trust must have been signed and dated by all the relevant parties involved in the Trust.

 

As part of NowInfinity's process for lodging Deeds with the Victorian SRO (State Revenue Office), we ask that the Stamp Duty Declaration is signed by the Trustee and returned to us for processing. 

This Stamp Duty Declaration reflects the same words from the Victorian SRO Evidentiary Manual, and is intended to confirm that:

  • on the date that the Deed is being stamped, there is no dutiable property held by the Trustee and there is no dutiable property referenced in the NowInfinity Deed being stamped; 
  • the Declaration of Trust is being executed in Victoria;
  • all Deeds relating to the Declaration of Trust has been signed and dated by all the relevant parties involved in the Trust. 

 

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For more details, you may contact the relevant State Revenue Office here

 

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