Transfer Altering Tenancy (Tenants in Common in Equal Shares to Joint Tenants)

The information on this page aims to help you complete a Transfer Altering Tenancy (Tenants in Common in Equal Shares to Joint Tenants) dealing form. This form is only used for the sole purpose of which is to alter the tenancy of all the registered proprietors from tenants in common in equal shares to joint tenants.

Subscriber requirements

Before lodging this document electronically via an Electronic Lodgment Network, a Subscriber must:

  1. verify their Client’s identity

  2. establish their Client’s right to deal with the land

  3. have a properly completed and executed Client Authorisation form and

  4. retain evidence that supports the dealing (see Supporting Evidence below).

 
The Subscriber must also certify that they have taken reasonable steps to ensure that the instrument is correct and compliant with relevant law and any Prescribed Requirement.

For more information on these requirements see:

Residual Documents

Guide to complete

Stamp Duty – not required.

CoRD Holder Consent – required.

See https://rg-guidelines.nswlrs.com.au/e-dealings/cord_holder_consent_requirements.

Notice of Sale – not required.

Standard Form of Caveat – a caveat noted on the Register will not prevent the recording of a Transfer Altering Tenancy (Tenants in Common in Equal Shares to Joint Tenants).

Priority Notice Noted on the Register - see Priority Notice page for more information.

The following headings refer to the data fields which must be completed in order to lodge an electronic Transfer Altering Tenancy (Tenants in Common in Equal Shares to Joint Tenants) dealing form.

Land Title

Enter the land title reference(s).

Participant Details

Party Details – Party Name

Select all the registered proprietors.

Document

Create Document – Select Other Documents. 

Select Transfer Altering Tenancy (Tenants in Common in Equal Shares to Joint Tenants).

Registered Proprietor

Select all the registered proprietors.

Supporting evidence

In addition to evidence supporting the steps taken by the Subscriber to verify the identity of their Client and establish their Client’s right to deal, the Subscriber may be required to retain other evidence to support the dealing.

Please refer to the ARNECC Guidance Note 5 for assistance on retaining evidence to support conveyancing transactions in accordance with the NSW Participation Rules.

All NSW legislation can be accessed at www.legislation.nsw.gov.au/