Welcome to our page for Conveyancers Full member only Links and helpful documents page for download. Documents from National or government or AICNT. If you find there is a useful link you use frequently that you would like to share with the community and it is not on our page, do please contact me about this at [email protected] and if you wish to become a member also email. Members can create a login and enter their details on the conveyancer page.

CONTRACT OF SALE NT

Contract of Sale

(Approved by the REGISTRAR of LAND, BUSINESS AND CONVEYANCING AGENTS AND the LAW SOCIETY NORTHERN TERRITORY)

Downloadable version also at

http://www.dob.nt.gov.au/_layouts/download.aspx?SourceUrl=/gambling-licensing/business/property-agents-licensing/Documents/contract_of_sale.docx

BANK LIST

The AIC state organisations have compiled a Bank list with details of the banks - a very useful reference tool for all our members.

Good Practice Checklist for businesses

​This is a great little check list with suggested intervals. Add these to your business activity calendar.

With these done you will have a great handle on your business. (Those who went/viewed to Nick Setchell’s Seminar will find this builds well on his suggestions for good management of the fiscal side of your business)

ECG Submission

Improving Tax Compliance - Enhanced Third Party Reporting,

Pre-filling and Data Matching exposure draft

Westpac banking

Westpac now has the ability to receive email requests from

Solicitors and Conveyancers.

SAI global

Settlement room info and links in the document

CUA banking document

APPLICATION DOCUMENT

PEXA

PEXA’s push to digitise $6

trillion property industry snares two major awards

CUA

APPLICATION DOCUMENT

FOREIGN INVESTMENT CHANGES

The Australian Government welcomes foreign investment, which is integral to our economy. Recently, there have been changes to the rules that affect foreign investors who are seeking to purchase property and those who already own property in Australia. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and Treasury will administer the new framework together.