Duties Act 1997 No 123
Current version for 1 December 2014 to date (accessed 20 December 2014 at 23:58)

101   Making of applications

(1)  An application under this Division is to be made to the Chief Commissioner in an approved form.
(2)  If the land to which the transfer relates is or includes land under the Real Property Act 1900, the application must be accompanied by an undertaking from the transferee in an approved form that:
(a)  the duty that would be payable on the transfer but for the granting of an exemption under this Division will be paid if the transferee does not become the registered proprietor of the land within 3 months (or such longer period as the Chief Commissioner may at any time determine and notify in writing to the transferee) after the transfer is stamped as exempt from the payment of duty, and
(b)  the transferee will, within 1 month after becoming the registered proprietor of the land (or such longer period as the Chief Commissioner may at any time determine and notify in writing to the transferee), provide evidence of that fact to the satisfaction of the Chief Commissioner.
Top of page