Principal Residence Land Application
What is principal residence land classification?
For details about the Principal Residence Land classification, eligibility criteria, and the new home builders rebate, please read this information.
Can I save my partially completed application and finish it later?
The online application will typically take 5 or so minutes to complete. The form can’t be saved, closed and returned to at a later time. However, if you keep a partially completed form open on-screen, you can come back to finish it anytime later in the same session.
What information will I need to complete this form?
The land tax account number shown on the top right hand corner of the front of the notice of assessment. If you don't have a land tax account number for the property, before attempting to fill in this form please contact the State Revenue Office, as shown below.
Beneficiary of an estate
Copy of the will.
Trustee of a trust
Copy of the trust deed.
ASIC search and company balance sheet.
Owner of a newly built dwelling
Copy of the certificate of occupancy or completion, OR a copy of the front page of the current home and contents insurance policy, which shows the address of the newly built property and the insurance policy number.
Owner of a property affected by a natural disaster
How do I attach a document if required for my application?
Refer to this guideline
for a summary about natural disasters and principal residence land.
For a fire-affected property: you need to include a Tasmania Police or Tasmania Fire Service report with your application.
For a flood-affected property: you need to include an insurance company report or local council report with your application.
Scan and save the supporting document to your computer, and upload it when prompted in the application. If there is a problem, please contact the State Revenue Office - see details below.
Contacting the State Revenue Office
Telephone: (03) 6166 4400, Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm