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I was not adjudged a bankrupt when I sold my private residential property. However, I was adjudged a bankrupt shortly after I sold my property. Can I qualify for Seller's Stamp Duty (SSD) exemption and seek a refund of the SSD paid on the sale?



If you were not adjudged a bankrupt at the time of selling your private residential property, you would not qualify for the SSD exemption given to an adjudged bankrupt who has to dispose of the property as a result of bankruptcy.

Therefore, you would not be able to seek a refund of the SSD paid on the sale.

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