If you own land and are thinking about subdividing it so that you can sell, build on, or rent the different lots, we can help you prepare your Application to Landgate. This is called a Strata Title Application.
Western Australia has its own regulations when it comes to land subdivisions, and you’d need to present detailed information on plans, follow policies, and submit specific applications before you can successfully subdivide your land into blocks.
Hence, property subdivision can be complex and time-consuming. There can be many hurdles to overcome and issues to address before you can enjoy the benefits of having multiple lots. Also, bear in mind that the West Australian Planning Commission will need to approve any subdivisions before they can actually take place.
During the initial subdivision process, you’ll also be required to appoint a registered and licensed surveyor to have the land surveyed. This will enable you to create new lot boundaries to separate land titles in a subdivided block.
At WA Settlement Services, we can assist you with the following:
Liaising with your surveyor to ensure everything runs smoothly and all documents are lodged efficiently at Landgate.
Liaising with your bank (if required) regarding the production of your Title at Landgate to effect the issue of your new Titles.
Monitoring the status of your application and keeping you up to date on progress.
If you own land and are thinking about subdividing it so that you can sell, build on, or rent the different lots, we can help you prepare your Application to Landgate.
Have you misplaced your original property Title? No need to panic. We can deal with Landgate and get you a replacement in no time.
Change of Name
Need to change your name in your property Title? Let us take all the hassle away and handle the required paperwork for you.
In the event of a relative or friend passing away, if they owned or part-owned a property, their name would need to be removed from the property Title. In such a difficult time, we can help you sort out all the paperwork required to transfer the ownership of the property.
When a property is owned by two people, and they decide to go separate ways, a Court can make an ‘Order’ which allows one or more properties to be transferred from joint into sole names. Thus, we can help transfer a shared property into one person’s name with nominal stamp duty.