FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring a title of property from one person to another.
Due to the financial and legal aspects of transferring property, it is advised to use a conveyancer to avoid making a costly mistake.
Having a qualified conveyancer with the relevant qualifications and experience will help ensure that your assets remain protected and your property transfer is taken care of properly. A qualified conveyancer has a profound understanding of the law concerning property transactions, and is required by law to carry professional indemnity insurance. Their experience can offer clients security and trust on matters related to the property transaction.
A disbursement is an expense incurred related to the purchase or sale, and includes the costs of obtaining a certificate from local government authorities and agency settlement fees.
When your transfer papers are lodged for registration after settlement, the council, water providers and the Valuer General are automatically notified of the new purchase. Other providers, however, will need to be notified.