The Land Tax Act 2010
imposes land tax
on freehold land you hold in Queensland at midnight on 30 June each year.
Land tax is the first charge on the land, and will continue
as a charge after the land is transferred. You should apply for a clearance certificate
when buying land to protect yourself against paying the seller's land tax.
An obligation defined in law. A business must comply with relevant services.
Land Act 2010 (Queensland)
Taxation Administration Act 2001 (Queensland)
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