Stamp Duty

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I own a rental property jointly with my son - he is a named on the deeds. He also owns his own primary residence, which he is selling to move to another primary residence. He has been advised by his solicitor that he may be liable for the new 3% additional stamp duty if the completion date is after April 2016. Is this correct? If so, there are far reaching implications for landlords across the country, when they sell / buy their primary residence!
Thanks in advance.

Martyn Nicholls
23/02/2016 19:04

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