e-conveyancing

Changes to Planning Certificates

From the 1 October 2022 Planning Certificates (Section 10.7 Certificates) will be altered to reflect the requirements set out in Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2021 (2021 EP&A Regulation). Changes to the Section 10.7 Certificates were made to reduce complexity, it removes information not useful to any proposed Purchaser. The new certificate focuses on information […]

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E-conveyancing compulsory from the 1st July 2019

From 1 July 2019 all standard NSW property transactions are to settle electronically. This means if you are selling or purchasing a property and it settles after the 1 July 2019, it will need to settle electronically. Other transactions that are to be lodged electronically include:- • Transfers; • Mortgages; • Discharge of Mortgages; •

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