Stamp Duty WA (Western Australia)

Transfer duty or stamp duty is charged on dutiable transactions over land in Western Australia. This includes any agreement for the sale or gift of a house or land. The purchaser or acquirer of the property is liable to pay the stamp duty on the transaction. You have 2 months after the date that liability for duty on the dutiable transaction arises to lodge the transaction with the WA Office of State Revenue

Stamp Duty QLD (Queensland)

All dutiable transactions of property or land (including gifts) attract stamp duty in Queensland. Unless an exemptions or concession applies, the transaction is charged with duty based on the greater of the market value of the property, or the consideration (price paid) - including any GST. Dutiable property is property that is involved in a dutiable transaction in Queensland. When dutiable property is bought or sold you are likely to pay duty under the Duties Act 2001. It can be any of the following:

Stamp Duty Victoria (VIC)

All transfers of land (including gifts) attract stamp duty in Victoria. Unless an exemptions or concession applies, the transaction is charged with duty based on the greater of the market value of the property, or the consideration (price paid) - including any GST. For dutiable transactions occurring on or after 1 April 2012, the time period for paying stamp duty is reduced to 30 days in Victoria.

Stamp Duty NSW (New South Wales)

You are liable to NSW stamp duty if you are involved in a sale or transfer of land (including improvements) or a business in NSW. A liability for stamp duty arises when the sale or transfer occurs and it is immaterial whether or not the transaction is effected by a written instrument or by other means, including electronic means. However, if the sale or transfer is effected by a written instrument, liability for stamp duty arises when the instrument is first executed.