New partners, separations, refinancing and liability issues are common reasons for why a Title of a property might need to be altered. Schroeder Conveyancing is well equipped to assist in the swift preparation of all 'Transfer of Title' issues.
If you plan on subdividing the land that you own or would like to purchase, be advised that subdivision can be a lengthy and complicated process with many aspects to consider. Schroeder Conveyancing Services is able to assist by advising on matters such as zoning, development applications, lodgment fees and local environment issues. Our company can also prepare your paperwork in conjunction with a Surveyor to assist in the completion of this often protracted task.
A Restrictive Covenant is a stipulation requiring the owner of a property to adhere to certain terms or restrictions regarding their property. Such property covenants are shown in the Certificate of Title and can adversely impact future property development plans. Fortunately, Schroeder Conveyancing can often assist with changes to such covenants.
Schroeder Conveyancing can provide you with the very best advice on matters relating to conveyancing.
A Section 173 Agreement will generally be a requirement of a condition placed on your Planning Permit by Council. Not all Planning Permits issued by Council require a Section 173 Agreement and we can check your Permit carefully to determine as to whether you need to act on one.
A Section 173 Agreement is a legal contract made between your local Council and any other party or parties, under Section 173 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. There are a number of requirements that will be set by the local Council and that you, as the landowner, need to comply with when entering into a Section 173 Agreement, some of which are:
A Section 173 Agreement may also be required to:
Verification of identity (VOI) is a government mandated identity check for all parties to a property transaction. This process requires face-to-face verification with an authorised identity agent, at which time you will need to present certain identifying documents.
Foreigners must provide a valid passport, a change of name or marriage certificate (if applicable) and either:
For persons located overseas, you are required to have your VOI completed in an Australian consulate, and the identifying agent must also complete an overseas witnessing certificate (provided to you by your conveyancer).
Both local and foreign vendors are able to have their VOI completed in Australia by a number of different service providers, including ZipID, Australia Post, and we can also complete your VOI check in our office.
The client authorisation form must be completed and witnessed at the same time as your VOI check, and this allows your conveyancer to complete your conveyance electronically (electronic conveyancing has been compulsory in Victoria since 2018).
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