FAQs matching Conveyancing

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Can the Registrar register a dealing, even if there is a caveat?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Property

Although, the Registrar cannot register dealings that affect the estate or interest of the caveator, there may be some exceptions where the Registrar is...

Can the Registrar register a dealing, even if there is a caveat?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Property

Although, the Registrar cannot register dealings that affect the estate or interest of the caveator, there may be some exceptions where the Registrar is...

Can the Registrar register a dealing, even if there is a caveat?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Property

Although, the Registrar cannot register dealings that affect the estate or interest of the caveator, there may be some exceptions where the Registrar is...

What must be included in a mortgage loan contract?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Property

For an equitable right of redemption to be enforced, all of the terms of the loan contract must have been complied with, and compliance may mean the following:the...

I can get a DIY conveyancing kit online for less than $200. Why should I get legal advice on buying my home?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Property

A DIY conveyancing kit or a discount conveyancing service may look like a great idea, but you need to put this into perspective. Obtaining proper legal...

When does a need for an easement arise?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Property

Scenarios where an easement may be required include: facilitating the use of pathways and walkways; the supply of utilities; access roads; party walls;...

What if I disagree with my valuation by the local council?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Property

Division 3 of the Valuation of Land Act 1960 (Vic) covers the process and rules for making an objection to a local council's land valuation. The Act envisages...

What is a fixture and how is it determined?

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Building & Construction law, Buying a Home, Property

At its most basic level, a fixture is something that is attached to the land in such a manner that it becomes part of the land. Therefore, when land is...

The tort of property trespass

Practice Areas: Conveyancing, Buying a Home, Property

Most people would be aware of what trespass constitutes, and they would be correct in their assumptions, because trespass is indeed the wrongful interference...

Conveyancing in Queensland when purchasing a town house or unit

Practice Areas: Conveyancing

When buying a town house or unit in Queensland, there are special conditions that may apply, distinguishing it from the purchasing of a house or land....

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