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Land Transaction Tax and Anti-avoidance of Devolved Taxes (Wales) Act 2017

Part 2 - Right to buy relief
Relief for right to buy transaction

345.Part 2 of the Schedule makes provision for relief from LTT in relation to certain right to buy transactions. A right to buy transaction is a transaction where a “relevant public sector body” disposes a dwelling or grants a lease of a dwelling to an existing tenant at a discounted price, or a transaction which is a sale of a dwelling or a grant of a lease of a dwelling pursuant to a preserved right to buy. The circumstance in which a transfer of a dwelling or grant of a lease of a dwelling is made in pursuance of the preserved right to buy is described at paragraph 2(4). A list of relevant public sector bodies for the purposes of this paragraph is provided at sub-paragraph (3). Where there is a right to buy transaction, sub-paragraph (1) provides that section 19(1) (relating to the treatment of contingent consideration) does not apply. Sub-paragraph (5) excludes from the chargeable consideration a grant made by the Welsh Ministers under section 20 or 21 of the Housing Act 1996 for certain transactions.

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