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What's the point of getting a trust deed stamped?

Stamping is an archaic State government requirement, but still a necessary one. Certain documents, such as trust deeds, can't be relied on until they are stamped, and trust deeds must generally be stamped within 3 months of being made (some states require stamping within a shorter period) or else a penalty applies (note that deeds can still be stamped after that time, although a penalty may then apply).

We provide a stamping service for Victorian and New South Wales Trust deeds, check out our trusts page for more information;