As a personal representative of a deceased estate, you must notify us of the completion of the administration of the estate within one month of completion if the estate continues to hold land after the completion of administration or past the expiry of the excluded period.
You may be penalised if you fail to notify us within this time.
To notify us you should lodge Deceased Estate - Completion of administration (LTX-Trust- 14).
Please refer to the explanatory notes (Part H) of LTX-Trust-14 for a list of when we will view that administration is complete. You should seek legal advice if you are unsure whether you have completed the administration stage.
Gather required information
The following information is needed to complete the Deceased Estate Completion of Administration LTX-Trust-14 application form, but please refer to the form for specific instructions:
- Your name and address,
- The name of the deceased estate, date of death and SRO customer number,
- Date of the completion of administration, and
- Details of all land held by the deceased estate at completion of administration
Complete the form
The application form can be completed:
- On screen, then printed and signed, or
- Downloaded as a PDF, printed, completed and signed
Either way, you must sign the form to certify the information disclosed is true and correct.
If you are completing this form by hand, please use block letters in blue or black ballpoint pen. If there are multiple personal representatives, only one needs to submit this form on behalf of all.
We use all the information in your statement to update our records and may pass on the changes to other government agencies where we are authorised to do so.
Lodge your form
You can email or mail your form to us.
Email the signed and completed form as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mail the signed and completed form to:
State Revenue Office
GPO Box 1641
State Revenue Office
We will contact you to confirm we have received your form and supporting documents.
Note: land tax may be payable by the new legal owners of the land that made up the deceased estate once administration is completed.