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The Tp 584 form is a document used in Quebec to report the sale or lease of residential or commercial property. The form must be completed by both the purchaser and the vendor and submitted to REVENUE QUEBEC within 30 days of the sale or lease. completing and submitting this form is important, as it allows the government to track real estate transactions and collect taxes on them. Information collected on the Tp 584 form includes the date of sale or lease, purchase price or rent amount, and contact information for both parties involved in the transaction.

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For conveyances of real property, or interest therein, located in New York City, you must use Form TP-584-NYC.

TP-584 (9/19)

Recording office time stamp

Department of Taxation and Finance

 

Combined Real Estate Transfer Tax Return,

Credit Line Mortgage Certificate, and

Certification of Exemption from the

Payment of Estimated Personal Income Tax

See Form TP-584-I, Instructions for Form TP-584, before completing this form. Print or type.

Schedule A – Information relating to conveyance

Grantor/Transferor

Name (if individual, last, first, middle initial) (

mark an X if more than one grantor)

 

 

Social Security number (SSN)

Individual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporation

Mailing address

 

 

 

 

SSN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Partnership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estate/Trust

City

 

State

ZIP code

Employer Identification Number (EIN)

Single member LLC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multi-member LLC

Single member’s name if grantor is a single member LLC (see instructions)

 

 

Single member EIN or SSN

Other

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grantee/Transferee

Name (if individual, last, first, middle initial) (

mark an X if more than one grantee)

 

 

SSN

 

Individual

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corporation

Mailing address

 

 

 

 

SSN

 

Partnership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Estate/Trust

City

 

State

ZIP code

EIN

 

Single member LLC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Multi-member LLC

Single member’s name if grantee is a single member LLC (see instructions)

 

 

Single member EIN or SSN

Other

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Location and description of property conveyed

 

 

 

 

 

Tax map designation –

 

SWIS code

Street address

 

City, town, or village

County

Section, block & lot

 

(six digits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(include dots and dashes)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type of property conveyed (mark an X in applicable box)

 

 

 

 

1

One- to three-family house

6

Apartment building

Date of conveyance

 

2

Residential cooperative

7

Office building

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Residential condominium

8

Four-family dwelling

 

 

 

 

4

Vacant land

9

Other

month

day

year

 

 

 

 

5

Commercial/industrial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Percentage of real property conveyed which is residential

real property

 

%

(see instructions)

Condition of conveyance

(mark an X in all that apply)

a. Conveyance of fee interest

b. Acquisition of a controlling interest (state

percentage acquired

 

%)

f. Conveyance which consists of a mere change of identity or form of ownership or organization (attach

Form TP-584.1, Schedule F)

g. Conveyance for which credit for tax previously paid will be claimed (attach

Form TP-584.1, Schedule G)

l. Option assignment or surrender

m. Leasehold assignment or surrender

n. Leasehold grant

o. Conveyance of an easement

c.

Transfer of a controlling interest (state

h.

Conveyance of cooperative apartment(s)

p.

Conveyance for which exemption

 

percentage transferred

 

%)

 

from transfer tax claimed (complete

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule B, Part 3)

d. Conveyance to cooperative housing corporation

e. Conveyance pursuant to or in lieu of foreclosure or enforcement of security interest (attach Form TP-584.1, Schedule E)

i. Syndication

j. Conveyance of air rights or development rights

k. Contract assignment

q. Conveyance of property partly within and partly outside the state

r. Conveyance pursuant to divorce or separation

s. Other (describe)

For recording officer’s use

Amount received

 

 

Date received

Transaction number

 

Schedule B, Part 1

$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule B, Part 2

$

 

 

 

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Schedule B – Real estate transfer tax return (Tax Law Article 31)

Part 1 – Computation of tax due

1Enter amount of consideration for the conveyance (if you are claiming a total exemption from tax, mark an X in the

 

Exemption claimed box, enter consideration and proceed to Part 3)

Exemption claimed

1.

 

 

2

Continuing lien deduction (see instructions if property is taken subject to mortgage or lien)

..........................................

2.

 

 

3

Taxable consideration (subtract line 2 from line 1)

3.

 

 

4

Tax: $2 for each $500, or fractional part thereof, of consideration on line 3

4.

 

 

5

Amount of credit claimed for tax previously paid (see instructions and attach Form TP-584.1, Schedule G)

5.

 

 

6

Total tax due* (subtract line 5 from line 4)

6.

 

 

Part 2 – Computation of additional tax due on the conveyance of residential real property for $1 million or more

 

 

 

1

Enter amount of consideration for conveyance (from Part 1, line 1)

1.

 

 

2

Taxable consideration (multiply line 1 by the percentage of the premises which is residential real property, as shown in Schedule A) ...

2.

 

 

3

Total additional transfer tax due* (multiply line 2 by 1% (.01))

3.

 

 

Part 3 – Explanation of exemption claimed on Part 1, line 1 (mark an X in all boxes that apply)

 

The conveyance of real property is exempt from the real estate transfer tax for the following reason:

 

a. Conveyance is to the United Nations, the United States of America, New York State, or any of their instrumentalities, agencies,

 

 

or political subdivisions (or any public corporation, including a public corporation created pursuant to agreement or compact

 

 

with another state or Canada)

a

b. Conveyance is to secure a debt or other obligation

b

c. Conveyance is without additional consideration to confirm, correct, modify, or supplement a prior conveyance

c

d. Conveyance of real property is without consideration and not in connection with a sale, including conveyances conveying

 

 

realty as bona fide gifts

d

e. Conveyance is given in connection with a tax sale

e

f.

Conveyance is a mere change of identity or form of ownership or organization where there is no change in beneficial

 

 

ownership. (This exemption cannot be claimed for a conveyance to a cooperative housing corporation of real property

 

 

comprising the cooperative dwelling or dwellings.) Attach Form TP-584.1, Schedule F

f

g. Conveyance consists of deed of partition

g

h. Conveyance is given pursuant to the federal Bankruptcy Act

h

i.

Conveyance consists of the execution of a contract to sell real property, without the use or occupancy of such property, or

 

 

the granting of an option to purchase real property, without the use or occupancy of such property

i

j.

Conveyance of an option or contract to purchase real property with the use or occupancy of such property where the

 

 

consideration is less than $200,000 and such property was used solely by the grantor as the grantor’s personal residence

 

 

and consists of a one-, two-, or three-family house, an individual residential condominium unit, or the sale of stock

 

 

in a cooperative housing corporation in connection with the grant or transfer of a proprietary leasehold covering an

 

 

individual residential cooperative apartment

j

k. Conveyance is not a conveyance within the meaning of Tax Law, Article 31, § 1401(e) (attach documents

 

 

supporting such claim)

k

*The total tax (from Part 1, line 6 and Part 2, line 3 above) is due within 15 days from the date of conveyance. Make check(s) payable to the county clerk where the recording is to take place. For conveyances of real property within New York City, use Form TP-584-NYC. If a

recording is not required, send this return and your check(s) made payable to the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance, directly to the NYS Tax Department, RETT Return Processing, PO Box 5045, Albany NY 12205-0045. If not using U.S. Mail, see Publication 55, Designated Private Delivery Services.

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Schedule C – Credit Line Mortgage Certificate (Tax Law Article 11)

Complete the following only if the interest being transferred is a fee simple interest.

This is to certify that: (mark an X in the appropriate box)

1.

2.

The real property being sold or transferred is not subject to an outstanding credit line mortgage.

The real property being sold or transferred is subject to an outstanding credit line mortgage. However, an exemption from the tax is claimed for the following reason:

a The transfer of real property is a transfer of a fee simple interest to a person or persons who held a fee simple interest in the real property (whether as a joint tenant, a tenant in common or otherwise) immediately before the transfer.

b The transfer of real property is (A) to a person or persons related by blood, marriage or adoption to the original obligor or to one or more of the original obligors or (B) to a person or entity where 50% or more of the beneficial interest in such real

property after the transfer is held by the transferor or such related person or persons (as in the case of a transfer to a trustee for the benefit of a minor or the transfer to a trust for the benefit of the transferor).

c The transfer of real property is a transfer to a trustee in bankruptcy, a receiver, assignee, or other officer of a court.

d The maximum principal amount secured by the credit line mortgage is $3 million or more, and the real property being sold or transferred is not principally improved nor will it be improved by a one- to six-family owner-occupied residence or dwelling.

Note: for purposes of determining whether the maximum principal amount secured is $3 million or more as described above, the amounts secured by two or more credit line mortgages may be aggregated under certain circumstances. See TSB-M-96(6)-R for more information regarding these aggregation requirements.

e

 

Other (attach detailed explanation).

3.

The real property being transferred is presently subject to an outstanding credit line mortgage. However, no tax is due for the following reason:

a

 

A certificate of discharge of the credit line mortgage is being offered at the time of recording the deed.

b A check has been drawn payable for transmission to the credit line mortgagee or mortgagee’s agent for the balance due, and a satisfaction of such mortgage will be recorded as soon as it is available.

4.

The real property being transferred is subject to an outstanding credit line mortgage recorded in

(insert liber and page or reel or other identification of the mortgage). The maximum principal amount of debt or obligation secured

by the mortgage is. No exemption from tax is claimed and the tax of is being paid herewith. (Make check payable to county clerk where deed will be recorded.)

Signature (both the grantors and grantees must sign)

The undersigned certify that the above information contained in Schedules A, B, and C, including any return, certification, schedule, or attachment, is to the best of their knowledge, true and complete, and authorize the person(s) submitting such form on their behalf to receive a copy for purposes of recording the deed or other instrument effecting the conveyance.

Grantor signature

Title

Grantee signature

Title

Grantor signature

Title

Grantee signature

Title

Reminder: Did you complete all of the required information in Schedules A, B, and C? Are you required to complete Schedule D? If you marked e, f, or g in Schedule A, did you complete Form TP-584.1? Have you attached your check(s) made payable to the county clerk where recording will take place? If no recording is required, send this return and your check(s), made payable to the NYS Department of Taxation

and Finance, directly to the NYS Tax Department, RETT Return Processing, PO Box 5045, Albany NY 12205-0045. If not using U.S. Mail, see Publication 55, Designated Private Delivery Services.

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Schedule D – Certification of exemption from the payment of estimated personal income tax (Tax Law, Article 22, § 663)

Complete the following only if a fee simple interest or a cooperative unit is being transferred by an individual or estate or trust.

If the property is being conveyed by a referee pursuant to a foreclosure proceeding, proceed to Part 2, mark an X in the second box under Exemption for nonresident transferors/sellers, and sign at bottom.

Part 1 – New York State residents

If you are a New York State resident transferor/seller listed in Form TP-584, Schedule A (or an attachment to Form TP-584), you must sign the certification below. If one or more transferor/seller of the real property or cooperative unit is a resident of New York State, each resident

transferor/seller must sign in the space provided. If more space is needed, photocopy this Schedule D and submit as many schedules as necessary to accommodate all resident transferors/sellers.

Certification of resident transferors/sellers

This is to certify that at the time of the sale or transfer of the real property or cooperative unit, the transferor/seller as signed below was a resident of New York State, and therefore is not required to pay estimated personal income tax under Tax Law § 663(a) upon the sale or transfer of this real property or cooperative unit.

Signature

Print full name

Date

 

 

 

Signature

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Date

 

 

 

Signature

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Date

 

 

 

Signature

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Date

 

 

 

Note: A resident of New York State may still be required to pay estimated tax under Tax Law § 685(c), but not as a condition of recording a deed.

Part 2 – Nonresidents of New York State

If you are a nonresident of New York State listed as a transferor/seller in Form TP-584, Schedule A (or an attachment to Form TP-584) but are not required to pay estimated personal income tax because one of the exemptions below applies under Tax Law § 663(c), mark an X in

the box of the appropriate exemption below. If any one of the exemptions below applies to the transferor/seller, that transferor/seller is not required to pay estimated personal income tax to New York State under Tax Law § 663. Each nonresident transferor/seller who qualifies

under one of the exemptions below must sign in the space provided. If more space is needed, photocopy this Schedule D and submit as many schedules as necessary to accommodate all nonresident transferors/sellers.

If none of these exemption statements apply, you must complete Form IT-2663, Nonresident Real Property Estimated Income Tax Payment Form, or Form IT-2664, Nonresident Cooperative Unit Estimated Income Tax Payment Form. For more information, see Payment of estimated personal income tax, on Form TP-584-I, page 1.

Exemption for nonresident transferors/sellers

This is to certify that at the time of the sale or transfer of the real property or cooperative unit, the transferor/seller (grantor) of this real property or cooperative unit was a nonresident of New York State, but is not required to pay estimated personal income tax under Tax Law § 663 due to one of the following exemptions:

The real property or cooperative unit being sold or transferred qualifies in total as the transferor’s/seller’s principal residence

 

(within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code, section 121) from

 

to

 

(see instructions).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

 

Date

 

The transferor/seller is a mortgagor conveying the mortgaged property to a mortgagee in foreclosure, or in lieu of foreclosure with

 

no additional consideration.

 

 

 

 

 

The transferor or transferee is an agency or authority of the United States of America, an agency or authority of New York State,

 

the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, the Government National Mortgage

 

Association, or a private mortgage insurance company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

 

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Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

 

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Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

 

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Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

 

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Date