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Search services for conveyancers and solicitors

Using our information broking platform, Search Manager, conveyancing and legal practitioners can conduct all the necessary pre-settlement searches and purchase essential property certificates from the one location, making for a seamless experience.
  • Conduct certificate of title searches (land title and title deed) to confirm the property’s legal ownership.
  • Check restrictions on property and encumbrances on the title  (covenants which may affect how the property can be used or if some of the property is being used by councils for sewerage, electricity and others purposes).
  • Conduct Telco Cable Searches to determine the presence of underground network cables passing through properties and the risk of non-standard cable installations.
  • Purchase  property certificates. These include:
    • Essential Property Certificates for Vic, NSW and Queensland
    • Heritage, Water, Flood, Sewer, Mines and other certificates in Vic and NSW
    • Property certificates specific to Queensland.
  • Purchase SAI Global Property’s own branded  planning and roads certificates which provide details of zoning, planning overlays, full proposed amendments, relevant specific site provisions, specific area provisions and so on.
  • Purchase Property Scheme Extracts (PSE) in Victoria.This provides the statutory information about the zoning, overlay and other provisions for a property.
Regardless of how limited user information of the property is (they may only have the address or title reference) Search Manager’s menu is broad enough to cater to these search requirements. For example, if the user only has the address of a property, they will be able to access the information they are looking for via the “Address” field.
 
Similarly, if they only know the title reference, they can search for this via the “Title Reference” field.
 
Search information will be provided as an extract generated by the relevant authority which can be delivered via email, mail or fax.

For more information about how we can help, call our Helpdesk on 1300 730 000 or complete our contact us form and we will contact you.
 
 

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