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REPLIES TO REQUISITIONS ON TITLEReplies to Requisitions on Title in one go!

Answering Requisitions on Title is one of the most time-consuming tasks in the conveyancing process. Selecting from a collection of ready-made answers saves a lot of time.

How can I save time answering Requisitions on Title?

Go to your collection of Replies to Requisitions and copy / paste the responses into your letterhead. Then go through and check the answers are correct, or amend any that need changing. Most requisitions do not need amendment. Some requisitions may need to be amended based on the property you are selling. In either case, the wording of the response I suggested in the document.

Replies to Requisitions on Title in one go!

Replies to Requisitions have now been updated to include:

2017 Replies to Requisitions – Law Society NSW – Strata Residential –

2017 Replies to Requisitions – Law Society NSW – Residential –- 30 questions

2017 – Replies to Requisitions – Law Society NSW – Strata Commercial

2017 – Replies to Requisitions – Law Society NSW – Residential –- 31 questions

2017 – Replies to Requisitions – Law Society NSW – Commercial

2015 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Rural

2013 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Residential

2013 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Residential

2011 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Residential

2011 Replies to Requisitions Law Society Commercial

2011 Law Society NSW Residential 2011

2009 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Rural

2008 Replies to Requisitions Australian Law Stationers Town Land FORM 825

2008 Replies to Requisitions Australian Law Stationers Town Land FORM 835

2007Replies to Requisitions – Law Society Residential

2007 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Residential

2007 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Commercial

2006 Replies to Requisitions Law Society Residential

2006 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Residential

2006 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Strata Commercial

2006 Replies to Requisitions Law Society NSW Rural

2006 Replies to Requisitions Law Society Commercial

2005 Replies to Requisitions Australian Law Stationers Town Land FORM 825

2004 Replies to Requisitions Australian Law Stationers Town Land FORM 825

2004 Replies to Requisitions – Law Society of New South Wales Residential Property Requisitions on title

1997 Replies to Requisitions – Blue Star Group  –  Ausdoc Office – Form 254 (revised June 1997) – strata title

1996 Replies to Requisitions – Ausdoc Commercial & Law Stationers – Form 254 (revised Aug 1996) – strata title

1993 Replies to Requisitions – Ausdoc Commercial & Law Stationers – Form 254 (revised Sept 1993) – strata title

Replies to Requisitions Blue Star Ausdoc FORM 254

A full collection of Replies to Requisitions. All you will ever need!

 

 

 

The conveyancing process

Conveyancing can involve these steps:

  • examining the contract for sale
  • arranging building and pest inspections
  • examining a strata inspection report (if the property is in a strata scheme)
  • arranging finance if necessary
  • exchanging the contract of sale
  • paying the deposit
  • arranging payment of stamp duties
  • preparing and examining the mortgage agreement
  • checking if there are outstanding arrears or land tax obligations
  • checking if swimming pool compliance documentation is needed
  • finding out if any government authority (eg. local council, Sydney Water, NSW Roads and Maritime Services) has a vested interest in the land or if any planned development could affect the property
  • finding out any information that may not have been previously disclosed such as a fence dispute or illegal building work
  • calculating adjustments for council and water rates for the property settlement
  • overseeing the change of title with Land and Property Information NSW
  • completing any final checks prior to settlement
  • attending settlement.

If you choose to do your own conveyancing, research what is required and the risks involved. Do-it-yourself (DIY) kits are available but generally provide guidance material only. You will still be personally liable if there is a problem with the sale even if you followed the instructions. There could be technical or legal issues not covered in the kit’s material. You may also need expert advice from an experienced practitioner, such as on if certain terms in your sale contract are reasonable.

Personally liable for any losses suffered by the vendor as a result of any error that you make. It may also be difficult for you to purchase the same level of insurance available to a licensed conveyancer or solicitor.

You may also like:

New to Precedents Special Conditions – Sale of Land NSW 

 

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