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An individual purchased a property intended to be their main residence before selling their current main residence and paid higher rates stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on the purchase, but passed away before moving into the new property. The new property was sold by the deceased’s executors and the original main residence is now for sale. Can the executors claim an SDLT rebate for the higher rates on the replacement property that was bought and sold?

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Produced in partnership with Sean Randall of Blick Rothenberg
Published on LexisPSL on 15/09/2020

The following Tax Q&A produced in partnership with Sean Randall of Blick Rothenberg provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • An individual purchased a property intended to be their main residence before selling their current main residence and paid higher rates stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on the purchase, but passed away before moving into the new property. The new property was sold by the deceased’s executors and the original main residence is now for sale. Can the executors claim an SDLT rebate for the higher rates on the replacement property that was bought and sold?

An individual purchased a property intended to be their main residence before selling their current main residence and paid higher rates stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on the purchase, but passed away before moving into the new property. The new property was sold by the deceased’s executors and the original main residence is now for sale. Can the executors claim an SDLT rebate for the higher rates on the

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