Download template Real Estate Forms for buyers, sellers, realtors and land titles lawyers in the Province of Nova Scotia.
Most municipalities in Nova Scotia charge a Deed Transfer Tax on the transfer of land. Each municipal unit sets its own rate, and buyers should check with the relevant muncipality prior to making an offer on a property to find out what the current rate is.
The province's land registration system is electronic and most filings are done online from the lawyer's office. This speeds up the entire process and allows transactions to be done from any part of Nova Scotia, regardless of where the property is located.
Prepare a Confirmatory Deed for a Nova Scotia property with this template form.
The Confirmatory Deed must be registered with the Registry of Deeds in order to correct an error in the original Deed under which the land described in the Deed was transferred by the previous owner to the current owner.
This Nova Scotia Confirmatory Deed form is available as a MS Word download.
Are you selling a residential real estate property in Nova Scotia?
If you have received an offer to purchase from a potential buyer, you can use this ready-made template to respond with a Counter Offer, increasing the price or making other changes to the original offer that you feel are suitable.
This Nova Scotia Real Estate Counter Offer is in MS Word format.
If you are selling real estate property in Nova Scotia, you will need to provide the purchaser with this Declaration of Residency in order to fulfill the residency requirement of the Income Tax Act (Canada).
This Nova Scotia Declaration of Residency is a free form provided in MS Word format.
Are you selling a real estate property in Nova Scotia? Use this easy template Direction to Pay Proceeds from Sale, to authorize and give directions to your lawyer as to how the sale proceeds are to be paid out.
This Nova Scotia Direction to Pay Sale Proceeds form is provided in MS Word format.
Nova Scotia real estate lawyers, download this free Disbursement of Purchase Funds form.
The form sets out how deposit and mortgage funds received from the purchaser in a real estate transaction have been paid out, including legal fees and disbursements, and the balance payable (whether to the purchaser or to the seller).
This Nova Scotia Disbursement of Purchase Funds form is provided in MS Word format.