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When Buying Off The Plan Doesn’t Go To Plan

When Buying off the plan doesn’t go to plan – changes to my disclosure statement, can I terminate? Choosing to buy a property off the plan means you are entering into a contract before the construction has been completed or commenced. Changes in market conditions or other changes during construction can mean things don’t always go as planned. Difference between buying off the plan and a standard contract for sale Most standard contracts of sale settle in thirty to sixty days. Buying...

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Executing Transfers Outside of Australia

Executing Transfers Outside of Australia

When executing transfers outside of Australia or selling real property in Queensland (e.g. house, unit or land), you are required to execute a Form 1 – Transfer. The original form is then registered at the Titles Office of Queensland and officially signifies the change in ownership from you to the new owner. Because of the important nature of this form, there are stringent rules set out in the Land Title Practice Manual about executing the form in the correct way. What...

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