Transferring title such as after the purchase of a new home or death of a spouse requires the expertise of a legal professional.
A legal professional can investigate the current status of the title to determine the required land title documentation as determined by their investigation of the current status of the title recorded in the land title register.
- Transmission of property requires specific documents that may be issued by various governments throughout the world. There are other legal aspects to consider such as estate planning, future title ownership needs or land tax deferment possibilities.
- There may be court documents or certificates required that your lawyer may identify and apply for on your behalf which allows the registration of a change in title to proceed with fewer time delays.
- After filing the necessary documentation with the LTSA, the legal professional will be responsible for any potential deficiencies in the documents and will be required to remedy them, at their cost.
A legal professional becomes your representative in these matters and acts on your behalf. They can advise you on appropriately recording your title ownership and answer property tax questions.
Legal professionals electronically file land title documentation offering enhanced fraud protection through the electronic digital signature process.
Please hire a legal professional who can give you advice on compliance with these statutory forms and related matters. Your legal professional can also provide you with a current State of Title Certificate which is a certified true copy of the new title record.