Trusts and stamp duty land tax

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Property is usually placed in trust for one of these reasons: to hide the identity of the true owner – this is known as a 'bare trust’, and the trustee may be called a nominee joint ownership – the law of England and Wales does not allow joint owners to hold property...

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