Estimate the amount of duty you need to pay on the sale or transfer of land or a business in New South Wales.
Land and Property online shop provides information about title search and records, land values, deeds and specialised searches in NSW. Some services require payment.
The Land Titles Office in Tasmania administers the system of land titles; registers changes in interests in land; holds survey records; and provides accurate and easily accessible records.
Registration of all land related transactions pertaining to the purchase and sale of land and properties in the A.C.T. and maintenance of the Land Titles Register. Searches of the of the A.C.T. Land Titles Public Register are available for a determined fee.
Access the official register of land ownership and survey information for Western Australia by subscribing to Landgate online services.
The Land Titles Office is responsible for keeping a register which contains title to all land under the Land Title Act. Registered dealings are open to public search and include mortgages, transfers, leases, discharge of mortgages and applications to replace lost certificates as to title. A fee for these services applies.
Access information about a South Australian property, including ownership; constraints such as easements, heritage etc; sales details; site and capital values; property details; copies of survey plans and Certificates of Title. To search this information, you will need a title reference number or the address details.
You can obtain a title search, copy of a registered document or plan relating to a block of land, or a title search or registered document relating to a water allocation in Queensland. Fees apply.
When you buy Victorian land, which may include buildings, you are liable to pay duty. The duty payable is based on the market value of the property or the purchase price, whichever is greater.
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Northern Territory page covering the steps to get your driving licence. Hints, tips and resources links on the page include information for instructors, L and P plate drivers.
Are you having legal problems? Take your first step towards a solution. Call the Northern Territory Legal Information line on 1800 019 343.
For free legal advice in Tasmania call Legal Aid's Telephone Advice Service, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, on 1300 366 611 and speak directly to a lawyer. Available to everyone, you can use this service for any legal queries, to find a Justice of the Peace, Commissioner for Declarations or Notary Public.
Victoria Legal Aid has lawyers who can talk to you about how the law applies to your legal problem and what you may be able to do about it.
Legal aid in Queensland is available to people in need. Find out whether you are eligible, and what you must submit to apply.
To apply for legal aid in South Australia you must complete an application form and send it to a legal aid office together with proof of means (such as a copy of a pension card, or if working, two pay slips). Legal aid application forms are available online, or from Legal Aid offices, community legal centres and most law firms.
If you have a legal problem and can't afford a lawyer, Legal Aid Western Australia can provide low cost legal advice.
The Australian Capital Territory Legal Aid Commission works to inform people of their legal rights and obligations and to improve their access to the justice system. Applications for legal assistance are subject to terms and conditions.
To apply for legal aid in New South Wales, you will need to meet some eligibility requirements. Before filling out an application form, use the Means Test Indicator to check whether or not you qualify for legal aid.
Provides information on all current consolidated Acts and subordinate legislation of the Northern Territory.
The Australian Capital Territory Legislation Register provides the community with free and quick access to Acts, subordinate laws, disallowable instruments, approved forms, notifiable instruments, commencement notices and bills.
The NSW legislation website provides free access to current authorised legislation in force in NSW. Search and browse the authorised current versions of legislation, historical or 'point-intime' versions, and repealed legislation. You can also search and browse legislation as it was made, including archival material dating back to 1824.
Queensland Legislation provides electronic access to consolidated versions of Queensland Acts and subordinate legislation, as well as to Queensland Acts as passed from June 1991 and all subordinate legislation published in the subordinate legislation series from 1 July 1991.
Provides links to the South Australian Acts, Bills, regulations and rules, policies, proclamations and notices.
Free public access to Tasmanian legislation. Search Acts or Statutory Rules by title, timeframe and or keywords.