Transferring a property is usually when family members own a property and would like to change the percentage of ownership. For example, this often occurs when there are family law orders in place after a couple have separated or when a parent has owned a percentage of a property to help out their children and now wish to be removed as one of the Owners.
Transferring a property will usually always incur stamp duty and it is important to understand your obligation when you are either going onto a title or coming off. At Coutts Lawyers & Conveyancers our team of experienced conveyancers and property lawyers have extensive experience with family transfers and will be able to advise you of such obligations.
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