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Conveyancing Fast Facts

Q.     Is a Seller obliged to notify a Buyer of Body Corporate Notices? A.      Yes. The Seller must notify the Buyer of any notices of Body Corporate meetings and any resolutions passed at Body Corporate meetings after the Contract Date.  Where a Buyer is materially prejudiced by any...

Q.  What happens when the property is suspected of having combustible cladding? A. On 1 October, 2018, Part 4A of the Building Regulation 2006 (Qld) (Cladding Regulations) came into effect.  When an owner of a private building is selling their property which has cladding, the property owner is required...

Q.  How do I know whether the item is a fixture or chattel? A. The difference between a fixture and a chattel depends on whether the item is affixed to the land or property. If the item is affixed to the land or property then ordinarily the...

Q. After settlement can the terms of the contract still be enforced?   A. Certain provisions of the contract can be enforced after settlement. Essentially any term of the contract which can take effect after settlement will remain in force. That means provisions in the Contract regarding warranties,...

Q. If there is a pool on the property and a valid pool safety certificate has been issued, does the Pool Inspector and Pool inspection date section of the contract need to be completed on the contract?   A.   No. The pool inspector and pool inspection date...