A transfer granting easement consists of a sketch prepared by a Registered Surveyor showing the location and width of the easement and standard terms by which all parties to the easement are to comply.
The forms will need to be signed by yourself, the adjoining property owners and any mortgagees prior to submission to Land Registry Services. In cases where Council land is involved, the forms will also need to be signed by Council.
During the stormwater design process, your engineer may find that you will need to use a portion of a neighbouring property to run your pipes.In order to legally formalise this, you will be required to create an easement.
In some cases, an easement can be created using transfer granting easement forms rather than a plan of easement. Upon your fee proposal request, one of our friendly staff will look into your property and your easement and determine if this is an option for you.
C&A Surveyors is fully insured and have Registered Surveyors employed to carry out and sign your transfer granting easement. We pride ourselves on our three tier quality control process and providing exceptional customer service to all our clients.
Detail And Level Survey
Detail & Level & Identification Survey
Underground Service Locating
Identification Survey and Report
Final Survey and Report
Work as Executed OSD
Work as Executed Substation
Preliminary Plan of Subdivision
Plan of Subdivision
Plan of Consolidation
Preliminary Strata Plan
Pre-allocated Plan Number
Plan of Redefinition
Nett and Gross Lettable Area
Plan of Delimitation
Plan of Easement
Transfer Granting Easement
A sketch is prepared showing the location and width of the easement and is accompanied by a set of terms that outline future maintenance of the easement. It is a legislative requirement that a Transfer Granting Easement is prepared by a Registered Surveyor.