Property conveyancing involves a number of legal and statutory requirements that need to be met in order for the transfer of title of property from an owner to another party to be successful. Some of the matters that need to be considered regarding conveyancing can relate to stamp duties, registration fees, search fees, or costs associated with inspecting the property, may be just some of the many aspects associated with conveyancing that you may need assistance with. There are many legal practitioners who are experts in property and conveyancing matters on FindLaw who will be able to assist no matter where in Australia you may be.

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Investment properties in Australia owned by NZ residents: application of NZ withholding tax

Date: 02 Mar 2011, Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, International Law

NZ Inland Revenue (IRD) has clarified its position on whether New Zealand residents who borrow money from Australian financial institutions to purc...

100,000 homes damaged, 10,000 unsavable — early estimates

Date: 01 Mar 2011, Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, International Law

Wellington, March 1 NZPA - As many as 100,000 homes need repair after last week's devastating Christchurch earthquake and 10,000 will have to be re...

GST margin scheme proposed changes: consultation paper released

Date: 13 Dec 2010, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Conveyancing, Taxation law

The Assistant Treasurer has released a consultation paper on proposed changes to the GST margin scheme provisions contained in Div 75 of the GST Ac...

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What is novation?

Date: 13 Dec 2018, Filed under: Conveyancing, Property Sales and Acquisitions, Contracts and Agreements

Nomination versus novation Contracts for the sale of land may provide for the transfer of title to the purchaser or its nominee.

What should be in the contract for a sale of residential land?

Date: 06 Sep 2017, Filed under: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, Selling a Home, Property, Real Estate and Development

Purchasing property is an immense financial undertaking and it is essential that the contract for the sale of land meets all of the legal requirements...

How are easements extinguished or modified in Australia?

Date: 15 Aug 2017, Filed under: Conveyancing, Property

There are a number of ways that an easement can be extinguished or modified, and can be done so by agreement, abandonment by a non-user, alterations made...


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