House Conveyancing before it sell
“To their credit, the Liberal Party recognised the commonsense behind our policy and adopted it after winning Government in 1996, despite confronting one of the most radical changes in public policy since Federation. “Since 1996, the Government has put more than $1 billion worth of Commonwealth property onto the market and virtually all this has been snapped up by Property Council members.

“The sale of a further $188 million worth of Government-owned commercial offices represents the end of this cycle, which has seen better management and more efficient use of buildings now in private sector hands.” “The sale of a further $188 million worth of Government-owned commercial offices represents the end of this cycle, which has seen better management and more efficient use of buildings now in private sector hands.” In his first speech to business since John Ralph handed his tax report to the Government this week, John Howard yesterday told a sell-out Property Council lunch in Melbourne stamp duty on commercial transactions would be removed . The on-the-record commitment kills fears within the property sector, the Government was planning to keep stamp duties in place after they scrapped the original timetable for the its abolition following the GST deal with the Democrats. Just one hour after Ralph briefed him on the tax report’s recommendations, Howard was eating Thai chicken curry with more than 900 Property Council members. All this was happening while the Business Coalition for Tax reform was across town debating tax tactics. Carol Schwartz’s recent appointment to the Government's influential nine-member Tax Advisory Board is obviously having an impact.
She is on of the very few industry group representatives charged with the task of advising the Government on both the GST and Ralph. The real estate property conveyancer Sydney process starts when an offer is made on a property. Transcripts of the Prime Minister’s speech and the Q and A session are available from the Property Council’s Public Affairs Manager, Chris Newlan, on John Ralph has handed Peter Costello his 800 page blueprint for business tax reform.