Tuckfield Conveyancing | Information storage with TIMG

Storage with The Information Management Group

Information storage with The Information Management Group (TIMG) Setting the standard in information storage With the introduction of e-Conveyancing, Conveyancers must now retain a copy of all supporting evidence for 7 years. The Registrar-General of the Lands Titles Office audits Conveyancing Firms to ensure that evidence is retained. “As our

Tuckfield Conveyancing | New GST Legislation

New GST legislation for property transactions

New GST Legislation Here comes yet another change in our industry processes (just because we haven’t had enough changes in the last 12 months to get our heads around!) Although this ruling will not come into effect until 1 July 2018, we should be across this new gst legislation early. What’s the current process for GST? The current process is if there is GST applicable

Foreign Ownership Surcharge - Tuckfield Conveyancing

Foreign Ownership Surcharge for residential land

From 1 January 2018 foreign purchasers of residential land are required to pay a 7% surcharge in addition to stamp duty being paid at settlement. Who is classed as a foreign purchaser? A foreign person is someone who is NOT an Australian citizen or a holder of a permanent visa. New Zealand citizens who do NOT hold a special category visa are also deemed a foreign

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits - Tuckfield Conveyancing

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits

PEXA discuss e-conveyancing benefits Moving forward with e-conveyancing This week Tuckfields got to sit down with Matthew Kelly, a PEXA Direct Specialist from Property Exchange Australia (PEXA). We discussed the benefits of e-Conveyancing, some of the changes it brought about and the benefits of transacting online. We have discussed in the past, the