Regent Law are conveyancing experts and are here to help you with the sale or purchase of your residential property in Whangarei, the greater Northland area or in fact anywhere in New Zealand. We are also here to help you with loan agreements, occupation right agreements and more. Contact us now for a FREE assessment of absolutely anything property and legal related.


The prices below indicate the average range and base rate you can expect to pay for a standard transaction. These prices are a guide only, to help you budget for your transaction. Please contact us any time to discuss your requirements and scope out a more actual fee for your specific circumstances.

All relationship property matters require a retainer payment at the time of engagement.

*All price exclude GST and disbursements.

**Terms and conditions apply.

Service Standard Price (from)
Formation of Family Trust – Trust Deed $2,000 to $4,000
Declaration of Trust  $900 to $1,300
Opening Minutes $200 to $350
Trustee Resolutions $200 to $350
Transfer of property to trust – no discharge or mortgage $850
Transfer of property to trust – discharge but no new mortgage $990
Transfer of property to trust – discharge and new mortgage $1,195
Acknowledgment of debt and initial gifting – one person $280
Acknowledgment of debt and initial gifting – two people $410
Annual gifting – one person $230
Annual gifting – two people $390
Annual Administration $295
Winding up and deed of distribution with minutes of meeting $850
Memorandum of Guidance for Trustees  $250 to $400
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