Conditions for Remission

  1. The remnant land is:
    • a State Land
    • incapable of independent development
    • purchased from SLA directly and
    • used by the purchaser / joint purchasers for residential purpose
  2. The purchaser / joint purchasers is / are an individual / individuals who acquired the remnant land as beneficial owner(s)
  3. The primary plot (the land that adjoins the remnant land) is a residential property and is beneficially owned by the purchaser / joint purchasers
  4. The purchaser / joint purchasers cannot sell or dispose of any part of the primary plot or remnant land within 4 years from the date of execution of the instrument for the purchase of the remnant land.

How to Apply

Your legal representative can e-Stamp at the e-Stamping Portal to obtain the remission certificate.

List of Supporting Documents Required for e-Stamping

  1. Written confirmation from SLA that:
    • The remnant land is incapable of independent development
    • The remnant land can only be purchased by the owner of the primary plot
    • Strata subdivision of the land is subject to URA approval
    • The state lease stipulates that the remnant land shall be used together with the primary plot for development
  2. Undertaking by the purchaser/ joint purchasers that:
    • The land will be used for residential purpose
    • They will not sell or dispose of any part of the primary plot and/ or remnant land within 4 years from the date of execution of the instrument for the purchase of the remnant land.