STATUTORY TRUSTEE S66G FOR PROPERTY
When there is an unresolvable dispute with joint land owners a Statutory Trustee (Pursuant to Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 of NSW) can be appointed over the land to resolve the impasse. This occurs by making application to the Court and the Court then appoints a trustee.
TPH has been asked to Act as trustee in a variety of disputed matters and has developed efficient and effective programs and procedures to deal with all of the challenges that emerge with this type of appointment.
As the role generally arises from a dispute, the s66G trustee needs to adopt programs that will minimise the likelihood of greater hostilities whilst at the same time attending to the usually delicate program of property sale and realisation. TPH has a very experienced team to deal with such variables and has achieved good results for many.
TPH recognises that specialist selling programs are usually called for in these appointments and has established a professional network of property experts from a wide range of property backgrounds to ensure the most effective and logical property realisation program is adopted.
TPH rates are competitive and based on fee estimates provided from the outset of the appointment program.