When you sell property for a purchase price of $750,000.00 or more, you are required under the terms of the Contract to give the Buyers an ATO Tax Clearance Certificate...CONTINUE READING
NORTH COAST LAW CONVEYANCING BLOG
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Residential Contracts cooling off period. When buying a residential property in Queensland there is a statutory 5 working day cooling off period applicable to the Contract. The cooling off period...CONTINUE READING
Now is the time to support your local Mortgage Broker, after the findings of the Banking Royal Commission. The questions raised in the Banking Royal Commission Report about Mortgage Brokers...CONTINUE READING
Are you looking for cheap conveyancing services in Queensland? Conveyancing has become very competitive with conveyancing fees being charged by property law firms and conveyancers. This happens more so when...CONTINUE READING
Electronic Conveyancing in Queensland is now starting to get a bit of traction with Conveyancer’s and Solicitors in Queensland. We have been slower than other States to adopt Electronic Conveyancing...CONTINUE READING
What is conveyancing in Australia? Before we delve into the conveyancing process, we should understand how it evolved. The transfer of real property is based on the Torrens system invented...CONTINUE READING
Buying or selling an owner built property in Queensland and what you should know. You should always and where ever possible obtain independent legal advice before you enter into and...CONTINUE READING