What are the disbursements of the conveyancing fee and what exactly should be paid for?
The payment for which the conveyancer gets no benefit and has to pay directly to the third party on behalf of the clients is called disbursements. These payments include land registry fees, stamp duty of the property etc. If you are still not satisfied, you can ask for your complaint to be referred to the Chairman of Link Housing’s Management Committee. A leaflet about the Ombudsman service is available from Link offices or Citizens Advice Bureaux, etc.
This price should not vary from conveyancer www.enactconveyancingmelbourne.com.au to conveyancer and should be same by all. The examples are: priority search payments, Bankruptcy check, Land registry registration fee, stamp duties etc. Telephone your local area office and ask to speak to your Housing Services Officer who can advise you what action you and Link can take.
To help us do this, we need details of the incident – e.g., date, time and an incident number if you had to call the police. Where there has clearly been a breach of their tenancy, we will remind the tenant of their obligations and what will happen if the disturbance continues. If the situation continues, Link will consider taking legal action to end the tenancy of the person causing the problem.
The handbook has been designed to provide you with an easy-toread guide to the main services provided by Link. If you are not happy with the outcome, you can appeal to the Director of Link Housing who is based in our Falkirk office. These payments differ from process to process such as sale, purchase or refinancing and from properties to properties. This is a long process, however, and requires detailed diary entries from the person affected and corroboration from either the police or other witnesses.