Application for concession, exemption or correction of duty after title registration

This form is used to notify the ACT Revenue Office of an application for a duty concession, exemption or a correction to the purchase price. This form is for barrier free transactions dated on or after 18 September 2017 and registered with the Land Titles office.

Please complete the following questions to apply to the ACT Revenue Office for a concession or exemption or correction of duty.
All fields marked ( * ) are mandatory.

Lodging party details

(As indicated on your Notice of Assessment for your dutiable transaction)

Are you: *
Are you registered for eLodge? *

Transaction/property details

(First name last name)

Date of the agreement, grant or transfer: 

Is the agreement a land rent lease? *

Change category

Select the concession, exemption or change category you are applying for: *
Select concession code: *

Select concession code:

Select concession code:
Select concession code:
Select concession code:

Select concession code:


Person/s submitting and making declaration: *
declare that: *

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