Other Stamp Duty refunds
You may be due a refund if you:
- overpay Stamp Duty on an instrument (written document)
- pay Stamp Duty on an instrument which is not chargeable to Stamp Duty
- pay Stamp Duty on an instrument for which there is a specific refund provision in Stamp Duty law.
On 10 October 2017 (Budget Day) there was an increase in the rate of Stamp Duty on non-residential property. Transitional arrangements apply if certain conditions are met.
- the transitional arrangements apply
- you paid Stamp Duty at the rate of 6%
you may be due a refund.
For more information on the transitional arrangements, see Current Rates of Stamp Duty.
You may qualify for a refund under the Residential Development Stamp Duty Refund Scheme.
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