This assumes, however, that in the event of an extension of the lease, the terms of renewal are linked to the old lease agreement. If you negotiate a separate lease on different terms – although your landlord is the same – the new and old leases would not be linked. So they would start zeroing at the beginning of the new lease. A You are right that a tenant must pay the property tax stamp duty (LTDS) as soon as their cumulative rent exceeds $US 125,000. In your case, and assuming an annual rent of $27,300 (525 times 52) – your cumulative rent will exceed the $125,000 threshold for the fifth year of your continuous lease. Previous LTDS payments are deducted from another LTDS liability, but the lease is now considered a 2-year lease and the tenant pays in advance. No refund is possible if the lease expires in this 2nd year. The same principle applies to longer periodic deadlines; SDLT applied to the cumulative term – rounded. This is not a tenant-friendly position.
For the shares of the house, the responsibility is shared. The reason is that the $125,000 per property threshold applies and Dawn Sandoval, director of Dawn Sandoval Residential Ltd: ”All tenants, if mentioned in the agreement, are considered jointly liable.” As such, it seems that more people are falling under the radar of renting SDLT. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has a Stamp Duty Land Tax Calculator to find out how many taxes are due in England or Northern Ireland. Property tax is one of the most important tax bills that many people have to pay, but fortunately, you just have to deal with it when you buy a property, right? Not necessarily. The 29-year-old and his partner live in north London and pay $1,775 in rent per month. He said: ”I was shocked when I discovered that as a tenant I could pay stamp duty at some point in my lease, because even though the threshold is $125,000 in rent, it would only take five to six years to rent the same property to reach that figure. For the basis of this article, we refer to residential real estate that is only rented in England. A SDLT/LBTT/LTT refund must be sent to HMRC/Revenue Scotland/Welsh Revenue Authority (paper or online) and the tax is paid within 30 days of the start or date of the lease triggering SDLT/LBTT/LTT liability in the event of a related lease.