The establishment of a trust deed may trigger a requirement to pay stamp duty depending on the state that the deed is established in and the legislation that applies. If you fail to stamp your trust deed in a timely manner you may incur interest charges and you may have difficulties when dealing with third parties such as banks who may not recognise that a valid trust has been established.
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