Conveyancing involves the changes to details on a Certificate of Title due to one of many reasons.
We can assist with all applications for Western Australian property including the following circumstances:
If a person owns property when they die, their property may form part of their estate. If it does, a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration is required (which the legal division of our office can assist with - see Carlo Primerano & Associates). We then prepare and lodge an application to transfer the property from the deceased person to the estate so it may then be sold or transferred to the deceased's beneficiaries.
Transfers of Land
Transfer of property from an estate to the beneficiaries under a will or if no will is left, the Administration Act 1903 (WA).
If a person owns property as a joint tenant when they die, we prepare an Application for the property to be transferred to the surviving joint tenant without the need for a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration.
If you decide to add or remove owners from a property title, we can attend to the transfer, including drafting an agreement by way of Deed of Family Arrangement or Contract for Sale if required.
Separation / Divorce
If your relationship breaks down and you own property either together or separately, you will need Orders from the Family Court. If you don’t, you could be liable for Transfer Duty. Once you have Orders, it's our job to ensure that the property is transferred in accordance with the Orders.
Change of Name
Change of Address
Withdrawal of Caveats
21 Day Notices
Withdrawal of PSSO