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Conveyancing is the overly complex process of transferring a property ownership from one person to another. Whilst simply swapping bsb and account details, and getting the transaction over and done with works for most purchases and sales, conveyancing is instead a rather complex process with ever-changing legal requirements and updated contracts. Our conveyancing lawyers take all the headache and frustration out of the transaction, and rely on their years of conveyancing experience to provide you with total clarity and understanding of what is required one baby step at a time. Their experience and qualification as lawyers puts them in a position to better highlight and advise on all of the risks involved in the transaction and where possible provide solutions to mitigate and/or remove those risks. They will also provide a simple list of timeframes and critical due dates to be aware of if you proceed with a conveyance.
Our Conveyancing Services
Buying a House or Property
Seeking legal advice when looking at a real estate contract is critical. There are many horror stories of purchasers being blindsided by vendors and/or their agents and ending up in an absolute mess. When conducting a conveyancing transaction on behalf of a purchaser, our conveyancing lawyers ensure you are prepared for critical due dates that will arise during the three major stages of conveyancing transactions. These are generally categorised as the pre-contract, pre-completion and the post-completion stages. During a conveyance, our conveyancers will:
- Prepare and lodge legal documents such as the sale of contract and memorandum of transfer
- Research the property by checking its certificate of title for easements, type of title, any odd listings and conditions and address any concerns with the property purchaser
- Calculate and deposit the correct monies into a trust account
- Settle the property by acting on your behalf during the settlement, liaising between the both bank representatives, the seller’s conveyancer, the regulator and any other 3rd parties required for the transaction. The purchaser will then be advised once the property has settled successfully.
- Ensure the purchasers rights and interests are adequately represented with a vendor or the sellers agent
Selling a House or Property
When you decide to sell your house or property, you should engage a conveyancing solicitor to prepare a contract for sale of land. This applies to house, land, townhouse, unit, shop, warehouse sales and everything in between.
Buying or Selling at Auction
Auctions can be a dynamic and interesting process, however you must be aware of the rights you waive from purchasing at auction, and critical aspects of selling via the Auction process.
Retail and Commercial Leasing
Whilst real estate agents sometimes water it down, there are clauses that can catch you out in Retail and Commercial leases that will break the bank. While logically speaking, you may expect Retail and Commercial leases to be similar, but in fact they governed by different laws and regulations.
Buying or Selling a Business
What to expect from our Conveyancing Lawyers?
Full Lawyer Representation
Full Disclosure Conveyance Fee
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