Welcome to Conveyancing For You - Your satisfaction is my priority

Selling and buying property or a business can be the most stressful time of your life.

Licensed Conveyancers do similar tasks to Solicitors, offering skills in residential as well as commercial property transactions. These skills include the sale, purchase and re-mortgage of freehold houses or flats, the creation of new leases and tenancies, and the transfer of interests in domestic property.

Why choose Conveyancing For You?

  1. Local knowledge: Sharon Ponton has been established in conveyancing in the Great Lakes area for the past six years and has a vast knowledge of the local area having moved here some 16 years ago.

  2. Specialist skills: As a licensed conveyancer Sharon specialises only in property law. 

  3. Convenience: Sharon is mobile and will come to you for the signing of contracts, marketing properties and any other conveyancing work in the Forster Tuncurry area. Sharon is even available after hours if required.

  4. Reliability: Sharon guarantees to reply to your phone call on the same day. She will also liaise with you and with the agent on a regular basis to keep you informed throughout the conveyancing process with a minimum of stress to you.

  5. Peace of mind: Sharon offers flat fee conveyancing with costs agreements so you know exactly what you're up for.

Sharon offers a friendly, personal service and qualified advice.  She prides herself on offering a confidential conveyancing service. Please take your time and browse over our site to see what specialised services Sharon can offer the first time or experienced buyer!

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Hints & Tips

5/03/09 Changes to the form of s.149 (Planning) Certificates

Along with changes that the NSW Government has made to free up consents under its Housing Code which commenced in February 2009, it has changed the requirements for disclosure in planning certificates. The changes relate only to development consents for construction of new houses and for home renovations.

Commencing 27 February 2009, the regulations under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act have been changed to specify that a planning certificate only needs to identify whether or not the land to which the certificate relates is land on which no complying development may be carried out. If no complying development can be carried out, then it must indicate the reason why.

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