NOS form completion
Also see Frequently asked questions - Notice of sale or transfer of land.
Panel 1: Property Address
This panel must be completed in all circumstances for Real Property Act dealings.
If the affected property has no postal address, the locality and Postcode must be supplied. A P.O. Box or DX address is not acceptable. Only 1 address is required.
Panel 2: Name and Address for Service of Notices
This panel must be completed in all circumstances. Where the address is the same as that in Panel 1 an 'X' can be placed in the appropriate box.
Panel 3: Transaction Details
Either Part A or Part B must be completed, except for a change of name.
Part A must be fully completed if the property was acquired for a sum of money, except for a nominal sum, i.e. $1.
Part B must be fully completed if the property was not acquired for a sum of money.
The date of acquisition must be:
|Survivorship||the date of death of the joint tenant.|
|Will or Intestacy||the date of granting of probate or letters of administration.|
|Order of Court||the date of the Order where it is an Order of vesting, otherwise the date of the dealing executed pursuant to the Order.|
|Other Reason||the date of the dealing or deed if no other date is applicable.|
Panel 4: Property Details
This panel must be fully completed for a transfer for value of land.
The area must be shown in metric units and must be the area affected by the dealing. See conversion from imperial to metric units of measurement page.
If more than one property is included in the transaction, the total area of all of the properties involved must be stated. If the property being transferred is a Strata unit, the total area of the Strata lot(s) involved must be stated.
Panel 5: Contact Name and Address
This panel must be fully completed in all circumstances.
Transferees acting on their own behalf must supply details of their own name, address and telephone number.
This panel must be completed and signed by an appropriate person in all circumstances: see section 117(1A and 1B) Real Property Act 1900.