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Queensland Government - Queensland Revenue Office
Queensland Government - Queensland Revenue Office

Dutiable transaction

A transaction that you enter into in Queensland where you’re likely to pay duty.

This can involve:

  • a transfer of dutiable property
  • an agreement for the transfer of dutiable property
  • a surrender of dutiable property in Queensland or a transferable site area
  • a vesting under a state or Commonwealth Act, or court order of dutiable property
  • a foreclosure of a mortgage over dutiable property
  • an acquisition of a new right on its creation, grant or issue
  • a partnership acquisition
  • the creation or termination of a trust of dutiable property
  • a trust acquisition or trust surrender.

Read section 9 of the Duties Act 2001 for more on transaction types.

Date published: 29 January 2023