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The section sets out the agreements that are not liable for stamp duty under state laws.
So an agreement between you and the other parent that relates to child support is not liable for stamp duty by the states.
In some cases parents give assets instead of paying a monthly mount and that transfer of property would be liable for stamp duty. Because it is given as child support under this section there is no stamp duty payable.
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