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    SDLT Query

    I purchased a property via auction. I completed the transaction within the allotted 28 day time frame

    However I wanted to know when exactly does the SDLT have to be paid/submitted by the conveyancer

    Is it 30 days after the transaction completed? i.e. after the allotted 20 days)


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    Within 14 days from the sale completion date:

    https://www.gov.uk/guidance/stamp-du...-paper-returns

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