Ask a Law Question, Get an Answer ASAP!
The general rule is that where there is an additional property, you will need to pay SDLT at the higher rate unless you can prove the new property is your principal primary dwelling. In this case, the property will be your daughter's and her husband's principal primary dwelling so you will be paying the lower rate which will be £22,500.
If they paid the higher rate, this will be £42,000.
I hope this helps and please leave positive feedback. If I can assist with anything else, please do let me know.
Correct, if they can prove this will be their PPR then they will pay the lower rate at £22,500.
I hope this helps and please do let me know if I can assist with anything else.
Please do accept and rate my answer when you get a moment.