What Exactly is Deceased Estate Conveyancing? Do I really need it?
The document(s) required by the Land Titles Office to enable a dealing of the land to take place upon the death of a Registered Proprietor will depend on how the deceased held the property eg: Solely, Joint Tenants, Tenants in Common or Trustee.
The majority of couples in a relationship hold land as Joint Tenants, this enables the property to pass to the survivor upon lodgement of an Application to Register Death.
Upon the death of a Trustee, the documentation required will depend on various situations and not limited to the number of Trustees registered on the Title.
This is where Perfectly Conveyed can assist you through this difficult time by advising, preparing and lodging all the required documents at the Land Titles Office and alowing you to focus on other important matters.
What We Can Help You With
Our Approach to Deceased Estates Conveyancing
Care – for our clients
- in preparing documents
- in knowing what’s next.
Compassion – for our client’s personal situations
Communication – it’s the key to success,
- we want to ensure you know what’s happening
- we encourage the professional relationships that we develop with our clients
Correctness – right first time
- continuing education to always get better
- we do our research
Contacts – who we know that can value add to your property experience
Deceased Estates Conveyancing
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is A Conveyancer?
A conveyancer is a professional trained specifically in the area of property law. Conveyancers are responsible for preparing documents in relation to the transfer of property, checking the land registers and ensuring clear title to complete the settlement process.
Conveyancers also prepare other legal documents relating to property law including contracts, form 1 statements, land divisions documents, family transfers, applications, mortgages, leases … the list goes on.
Why Choose Perfectly Conveyed?
Do Perfectly Conveyed prepare Form 1 Statements?
Yes, we do, in the case of a private sale/purchase of a property.
If you have a real estate agent selling your property we are able to order the property searches on your behalf so the real estate agent may prepare the Form 1 Statement.
If your real estate agent does not wish to prepare the Form 1 statement then we outsource the preparation of the Form 1 to a specialist company and request your real estate agent to authorise the preparation and signing of the Form 1 on their behalf.
Do I Need A Conveyancer?
Conveyancers are vital for the smooth transition of property from one owner to the next. We highly recommend you speak with a conveyancer about your next property transaction.
I Have Never Purchased Property Before
It can be daunting buying your first property. Let us help guide you through the process. With experienced staff who have purchased and sold their own properties we know the process from both sides and will assist you to navigate the process from signing the contract through to settlement. Don’t hesitate to speak with one of our friendly staff members today.