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In the finalisation of the ongoing digital transformation of the conveyancing process in NSW, the Registrar General has announced that from 11 October 2021 all Certificates of Title (‘CTs’) will be abolished and paper based land dealings will no longer be accepted.

Retail and commercial landlords in New South Wales who provide reductions in rent to financially distressed tenants impacted by COVID-19 may be eligible for a reduction in their 2021 land tax liability

The Olympics are finally here, and what great timing as we are all at home with plenty of time to watch. Here are the new sports we’ll be watching.

In response to the recent Covid-19 restriction imposes on Greater Sydney and other regions of New South Wales, the New South Wales Government published the Retail and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19) Regulation 2021 on 14 July 2021. The purpose of the new regulations is to assist retail and commercial landlords and tenants in navigating the impacts of COVID-19.

We take a look at the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme in conjunction with last week’s Federal budget announcement and what first-home buyers can buy with the expanded loan scheme.

In the final guide to purchasing property, we take a look at what happens after the settlement and the keys are handed over. Now the moving in fun can begin!

In the final guide to selling property, we take a look at what happens after the settlement and all the steps that are involved.

In Part 8 of our guide to purchasing property, we take a look at the settlement and all the steps that are involved. Including when settlement takes place, what fees are due and the fun part…when you can collect the keys!

In Part 7 of our guide to selling property, we take a look at the settlement and all the steps that are involved.

Prior to settlement you are entitled to conduct a final inspection of the purchase property and to receive the property in the same state as when you first inspected and exchanged the contracts