What is transfer duty?

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Transfer duty is payable at 12% of the acquisition value where the property is acquired by non-natural persons (a sliding scale applies to property purchases by natural persons).

While it is normally payable by the buyer, the agreement for the sale of the property may determine the person liable to pay these costs.

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