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General information

Duties Online (DOL) makes it easy for customers or their representatives to electronically lodge all land transfers and declarations of trust.

Regular professional lodgers involved in the property conveyancing industry should apply to become a DOL registered user.

Members of the public who are lodging as an individual and not using a DOL registered user (usually a solicitor or conveyancer) can lodge electronically after a simple registration process.

Public lodgement - Frequently Asked Questions

If you are lodging as an individual, you must identify the lodgement category relevant to your circumstances before starting your electronic lodgement. This will enable you to prepare the supporting documents you need to successfully submit your lodgement to the State Revenue Office.

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Identify the lodgement category

Use this information to identify your lodgement category:

  1. Transfer between spouses or domestic partners
  2. Gift between related parties
  3. Transfer between related parties without concessions
  4. Transfer between unrelated parties without concessions
  5. Transfer between related parties with concessions
  6. Transfer between unrelated parties with concessions
  7. Family farm transfer to relatives
  8. Change in the manner of holding from tenants in common in equal shares to joint proprietors or vice versa
  9. Deceased estate
  10. Other (transactions other than those listed above)

1. Transfer between spouses/domestic partners

This is a transfer between persons who are married to each other or who are domestic partners where no other person is entitled to take an interest in the property under the transfer. The transferee(s) and transferor(s) must be natural persons.

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Transfer of land document,
  • A court order OR a binding financial agreement (if applicable).

Please go to Step 2.

2. Gift between related parties

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Transfer of land document,
  • Valuation as at the date of the transfer,
  • Notice of acquisition.

Please go to Step 2.

3. Transfer between related parties without concessions

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Covering letter,
  • Transfer of land document,
  • Contract of sale (optional),
  • Valuation,
  • Notice of acquisition.

Please go to Step 2.

4. Transfer between unrelated parties without concessions

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Covering letter,
  • Transfer of land document,
  • Contract of sale,
  • Notice of acquisition.

Please go to Step 2.

5. Transfer between related parties with concessions

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Covering letter,
  • Transfer of land document,
  • Contract of sale, including special conditions excluding vendor’s section 32 statement,
  • Proof of payment of purchase price,
  • Valuation as at the date of contract and as at the date of transfer,
  • Notice of acquisition.

Please go to Step 2.

6. Transfer between unrelated parties with concessions

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Covering letter,
  • Transfer of land document,
  • Contract of sale, including special conditions excluding vendor’s section 32 statement,
  • Notice of acquisition.

Please go to Step 2.

7. Family farm transfer to relatives

Complete the digital duties form.

Please go to Step 2.

8. Change in the manner of holding from tenants in common in equal shares to joint proprietors or vice versa

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Trransfer of land document,
  • Certificate of title.

Please go to Step 2.

9. Deceased estate

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Covering letter (including date of birth and gender of life tenant),
  • Transfer of land document,
  • Contract of sale, including special conditions excluding vendor’s section 32 statement,
  • Will and probate/letter of administration,
  • Inventory and distribution statement,
  • Certificate of title,
  • Court order.

Please go to Step 2.

10. Other (transactions outside the above list)

Along with your completed digital duties form, you must provide electronic copies of:

  • Transfer of land document (where applicable),
  • Other supporting documents for your particular transaction as outlined in the Evidentiary Requirements Manual.

Then please go to Step 2.

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Start your lodgement

To start electronically lodging your documents, you must register to use our online system.

We require a valid email address to approve your registration. Once approved, you are given a reference ID to use for your public lodgement.

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Resume your lodgement

To resume your lodgement, please have your documents scanned and easily accessible and ready for upload.

When you resume your public lodgement, you will need your reference ID.

Before submitting your public lodgement you must:

  • Check the accuracy of data you have provided and the documents you have uploaded, and
  • Ensure you hold funds for payment of duty.

Resume your lodgement

Next steps

Once you have submitted your lodgement, we send you a confirmation email for your records.