Deed of Nomination

Make sure you have the correct purchaser named on your Agreement for Sale and Purchase.

by OneHQ

About this document

Often in the rush to make an offer on a property, the purchasing entity is not fully thought through and an incorrect, or incomplete, purchaser is named on the Agreement for Sale and Purchase. A Deed of Nomination is used in these situations to ensure that all the necessary parties end up being named as purchaser.

Before getting started

You’ll want to have a copy of the Agreement for Sale and Purchase handy as well as knowing the personal details of who will be named as purchasers.

Interview time

You’ll have a deed of nomination ready to sign in around 4 minutes!

Document length

Approximately 3-5 pages long.

Document type

Word.


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