2 edition of Land transfer reform. found in the catalog.
Land transfer reform.
Dwight Hinckley Olmstead
Printed by order of the Land Transfer Reform Association of the city of New York.
|Statement||by Dwight H. Olmstead. With an Appendix containing a synopsis of the New Zealand Land Transfer Act.|
|LC Classifications||HD1206.U6 N78 1883|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||19003740|
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The buyer has to be the one to pay the land transfer tax when purchasing property. The seller never has to pay for the land transfer tax.
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In addition, such other land-based taxes as land transfer taxes and development charges are discussed briefly.
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Over the past fifteen or so years, titles under the Registry Act land titles system have been converted from that land registry system to the Land Titles former is simply a document depository system from which lawyers have historically provided a title.The Land Transfer (Compulsory Registration of Titles) Act brought most of the remaining land in the country under the Torrens system and by the register was considered complete, although small remnants of land may still exist under the deeds system.
The Land Transfer Act .