Your Legal Requirements
- Seller’s Disclosure Statement (BCCM Section 206), if the property is a Lot in a Community Title Scheme;
- Contract of Sale; and
- Property Occupations Form 8 – Disclosure Statement to Buyer (if applicable).
Before signing anything, make sure you take the contract of sale and forms to your solicitor or conveyancer and discuss any queries you may have.
You are entitled to a 5 business day cooling-off period under a relevant contract, however you can waive or shorten the cooling-off period.
It is important that you ensure that any conditions forming part of the contract, including building and pest inspections and independent valuations (if required), are arranged with the timeframe set out in the contract.
Your New Home
This document has been prepared as a guide only and is subject to change at any time. This guide should not be considered professional advice or a substitute for professional advice. You should always consider seeking independent legal, accounting and financial advice nbefore entering into an agreement or arrangement in respect of real property. A failure to seek appropriate advice may result in unforeseen legal or financial consequences. The authors of this guide and their agents accept no liability whatsoever for any inaccuracies or errors contained in this guide, which the authors confirm has not been prepared to take into account any person’s financial circumstances, situation or objectives.