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    Confused over multiple dwellings relief!

    Hello all

    I'm interested in buying a single block of self-contained units/flats (i.e. own kitchen and bathroom, no shared amenities or rooms). However if I am buying the lot on one single freehold title, would multiple dwellings relief still apply for the stamp duty?

    Thanks!

    #2
    Better to ask the experts ( Tax Office for sdlt) or get a quote from a conveyancing firm. .

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      #3
      Definition of dwelling is here: https://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-man...ual/sdltm29955 "a “dwelling” means a building or part of a building which is suitable for use as a single dwelling"

      A flat is accordingly a dwelling. A block of flats is accordingly multiple dwellings, and multiple dwellings relief will apply.

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