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If a testator passes their residuary estate, comprising residential let property, to their existing Family Investment Company, will there be a charge to SDLT?

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Published on LexisPSL on 03/01/2020

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  • If a testator passes their residuary estate, comprising residential let property, to their existing Family Investment Company, will there be a charge to SDLT?

If a testator passes their residuary estate, comprising residential let property, to their existing Family Investment Company, will there be a charge to SDLT?

Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is charged on chargeable land transactions (the acquisition of a chargeable interest). A land transaction is not chargeable for the purposes of SDLT if it is exempt. Certain transfers by Will or on intestacy are exempt from SDLT, including an acquisition in or

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