Land tax credit application

As part of the ACT Government COVID-19 Economic Survival Package, the government will provide a land tax credit to landlords of residential properties who reduce rents by at least 25 per cent for tenants impacted by COVID-19.

The credit will be equal to 50 per cent of the rent reduction, capped at $1,300 per quarter (around $100 per week), for up to nine months. This will provide rental relief to impacted tenants of up to $200 per week.

A fact sheet about this scheme is available here.

Complete this form to apply for a land tax credit, we will contact you if further information is required. All fields marked ( * ) are mandatory.

Property details

Rent details

Please note: if the difference is not at least 25 per cent you are not eligible.

Date of effect: *

(Enter the number of weeks)

Is this a deferral of rent? *

You have indicated that your arrangement is a rent deferral, you are not eligible for a land tax credit. You can not proceed with this application.

Please attach the tenancy agreement in operation during March 2020 and evidence
of the new rental arrangement:

Landlord details

Date of birth:

Agent details

Do you have an agent acting on your behalf?

Tenant details

Date of birth:

Date of birth:


Declare that: *
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