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Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is generally calculated by reference to the chargeable consideration given for the subject matter of a chargeable transaction, directly or indirectly, by the buyer or a person connected with the buyer. This is subject to market value charges that apply in certain circumstances. For further details of the market value rules, see Practice Note: SDLT chargeable consideration.
Chargeable consideration has a particular meaning for SDLT purposes. Chargeable consideration includes not only money or money’s worth but also other means by which value is given to the seller of the land.
The chargeable consideration that a buyer gives on the acquisition of a building plot and whether that includes the value of the works to build the house will depend on the precise contractual terms of the sale contract and building contract. Set out below are some general issues
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