A SDLT/LBTT/LTT refund must be sent to HMRC/Revenue Scotland/Welsh Revenue Authority (paper or online) and the tax is paid within 30 days of the start or date of the lease triggering SDLT/LBTT/LTT liability in the event of a related lease. (A significant benefit is not triggered if the person is already occupying the property below the guaranteed short-term rent, when contracts are exchanged – see SDLTM07900.) The sdlt is calculated for the total length of time a tenant takes out a tenancy agreement for up to seven years. When a tenant uses a one-year lease and exercises an option to renew an additional year, domestic income considers it to be a related transaction, and the calculation of the NPV is based on the gross rent paid for both years. The LTDS is recalculated at the beginning of the second year taking into account rent and LTDS for the first year. If the tenant takes over a one-year lease and continues to occupy the property at the end of this monthly period, the domestic income will consider it also a related transaction and calculate the LTDS assuming that the tenant will spend an entire year in the property. The calculation of the NPV is valid for the full two years. Ownership of the dwelling under the secure short-term lease agreement is not taken into account when determining the date of the grant of the condominium lease according to FA03/S44. Therefore, even if the person is taken into possession after the change of contract, but before the lease is granted, the effective date is still the date on which the lease is granted. Most people associate stamp duty only with the purchase and sale of homes, but if the cumulative rent paid by a tenant during the total term of the lease exceeds a threshold, they must also pay a stamp duty of 1% on an amount above that threshold. Calculators for mortgages, loans, RPIs, payslips, VAT, stamp duty, company cars and fuel benefits. If the lease is 12 months, then the consideration is the annual rent. From December 2003, rental housing will have the potential to place responsibility for the stamp duty of the property tax (LTDS). The LTDS threshold was raised to $120,000 in March 2005 and $125,000 in March 2006.