Document and Land Registration Services in NSW
Use our online registration services for precise document preparation and fixed-fee convenience
Our online document registration services
With more than 20 years of combined experience, we're lawyers and conveyancers with considerable skills in the document registration process. We can draft and register all documents for conveyancing and property transactions, including:
Restrictions on the use of land
Plans of consolidation and subdivision
Section 88B instruments
Transfer granting easements
Requests for Easements
Requests for Order of Court
Requests for Injunction
Strata scheme plans
Consolidation or change of by-laws for strata schemes
Most law firms in NSW now use the PEXA platform for conveyancing transactions. We also offer these services, but that's not all. We're a market leader in preparing, checking and registering other documents through PEXA. And for any documents that can't be registered online, the LRS office is only a short walk away, allowing us to lodge documents over the counter.
Who uses our services?
If you work in property, construction, legal, finance, or other related industries, you're probably shouldering a significant workload. Depending on the transaction, there's a range of documents that you may need to prepare and lodge with NSW Land Registry Service (LRS), PEXA, and other bodies. Your to-do list is overwhelming, but your available time is required elsewhere. So you need help.
While we can't conjure up a magical solution, we can offer you the next best thing. You give us the details of the documents you need, and we'll do the rest: research, consultation, preparation, lodgement, and more.
Throughout the process, you get our professional experience, legal knowledge and careful and consistent work. And even better than that, we're proud that our turnaround times are lightning-fast, so you can depend on us.
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Our success stories
We've helped many professionals with document and land registration services in NSW.
Here are a few examples:
Registration of documents for granny flat construction
Our builder client sought our help to register a positive covenant and a restriction for the construction of a granny flat. Both documents concerned on-site stormwater disposal structures.
We started the process with a review of the development application, local council and LRS requirements. It allowed us to double-check that we had everything needed for registration. Then we prepared the documents, ensuring compliance with all requirements.
Once prepared, we arranged for all parties to sign the documents, and we registered them with the relevant authorities. Our client could then arrange for an occupation certificate, finish the project and seek final payment from the property owner. The process was smoothly handled, saving our client time and unnecessary stress.
Registration of easements
Our clients owned a residential property. They had negotiated an easement to drain water with their neighbour for $20,000 and arranged for the Plan of Easement to Drain Water document from their surveyor. The plan document had to be registered before our clients could go ahead with their development, and the surveyor couldn't help them complete this process.
Our clients engaged our land registration services. First, we reviewed the document and conducted detailed checks to ensure compliance. Then we registered the plan document with the LRS.
With the registration complete, our clients could carry on with the development according to their schedule.
Fixed Fee Pricing
It's one thing to offer quick turnaround times, but fixed fees are the icing on the cake.
Once we understand your requirements, we'll give you a fixed-fee quote. Why? Because we recognise that cost certainty provides significant advantages for you and your clients.
We won't invoice you for other expenses such as phone calls, faxes, postage and photocopying. So you enjoy the certainty of a single fixed price quote for speed and top-quality work.
What's the process for online land registration services in NSW?
Drafting the document
We'll collect details from you for the documents you require us to draft. We will check everything and track down any further information. Then we'll look at the lender, local council and LRS requirements and draft each document to comply. We will also stay in touch with the council to anticipate and avoid any potential road bumps along the way.
Reviewing and redrafting pre-prepared documents
Sometimes, another professional will prepare a document on your behalf, for example, a surveyor, town planner or architect. Or, you may have prepared the document yourself. In either scenario, we can review the document to ensure it will pass the registration process. For example:
- Requesting further information from you
- Redrafting the document (if necessary)
- Checking lender, local council and LRS requirements
- Ensuring the document complies with all requirements
- Gathering supporting documents for applications to local council
Registering the document
Once we've prepared your document, we will register it with the appropriate body. The process may vary depending on the rules and requirements. Sometimes, issues arise which need urgent attention. It's common in conveyancing and for caveats. Because we're only a short walk from the LRS office, we can act quickly to resolve urgent issues. It's another way of delivering top-quality service and peace of mind to you.