29 Sep Verification of Identity
During the conveyancing process, your legal representative will require the buyer and seller respectively to provide 100 points of certified identification.
This is a crucial step in the process which protects all parties from fraud. Without this process being followed, the chances of fraudulent transactions would increase.
Recently, the introduction of electronic verification of identities has assisted many people whilst in lockdowns across Australia. If you would prefer this option, get in touch with our office to find out how.
Please contact our office should you require any assistance.
See also: OWNit Conveyancing frequently asked questions.
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To learn more about when the owner of a property has passed away, contact OWNit Conveyancing on 1300 553 750.