Why contracts for sale of property don’t need to include “and/or nominee(s)”

Why contracts for sale of property don’t need to include “and/or nominee(s)”

In South Australia, contracts for sale of property don’t need to include “and/or nominee(s)”. For decades, Revenue SA and its predecessors were pedantic whenever the Transferee on our Transfer was different from the Purchaser named on the Contract. However a ruling...
2020: new decade + new First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

2020: new decade + new First Home Loan Deposit Scheme

Are you looking to enter the housing market for the first time time or know of someone who is? The Federal Government has announced the introduction of a First Home Loan Deposit Scheme to support eligible first home buyers. The initiative The First Home Loan Deposit...
The real estate agent and the conveyancer: What is the right and proper relationship?

The real estate agent and the conveyancer: What is the right and proper relationship?

There has been some confusion and contention in real estate and conveyancing circles over interpretation of the rules governing how agents and conveyancers can and cannot interact with each other in the marketplace. It is an important area to get clarity on because...