The purchaser in a conveyancing transaction is the party who contracts to buy the property from the vendor. The purchaser is usually, but not always, the party who signs the contract of sale.

Plan of Subdivisions 

A plan of subdivision allows an applicant to divide the land into two or more new parcels of land that can be dealt with separately.

Here are several examples of plans of subdivisions:

  • General Plan of Subdivision with overlapping easements
  • Building subdivision
  • Cross-Sections
  • Multiple owners corporations
  • Multi-storey building subdivision
  • Section 32 plans with a unanimous resolution
  • Section 32 plans without unanimous resolution
  • Section 32A plans
  • Section 32B plans
  • Section 35 acquisition plans
  • Section 37 staged plans

Plan of Consolidation

A plan of consolidation allows an applicant to consolidate two or more parcels of land into one parcel. Only one new parcel can be created by a plan of consolidation.

As part of the consolidation process, a plan may create, remove and vary easements and restrictions or dissolve an owner’s corporation.

Under the Registrar’s requirements for paper conveyancing, all plans first signed by the surveyor on or after 1 January 2020 must be submitted in SPEAR.  For further details please contact us.

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