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CONVEYANCING

Buying and selling residential property is, arguably, the most significant legal transactions of your life. As such, it is important that you receive concise and straightforward advice on how best to deal with the legal issues that affect your transaction.

A standard conveyancing transaction will include:

  • Title searches – this establishes who the owners of the property are in terms of who is listed on the deed. The Title Deed also includes the official description of the property, which is important for the transfer of documents and establishing exactly what property is being bought or sold.

  • A check on encumbrances and restrictions on the property – such as heritage listings, easements and other items that may restrict the buyer’s potential use of the property.

  • Fulfillment of any Special Conditions. Special Conditions in a Contract should be considered and implemented before you sign.

  • Ensuring the appropriate party pays Council rates, water charges, and land tax and that the property has access to such services.

  • Arranging for timely payment of fees and charges.

  • The preparation of all relevant legal documents.

 

At HSH Lawyers we will ensure that your rights are protected and see that your property transaction is settled in a timely manner. Our highly experienced team will guide you through each step of the transaction, and cut through the complexities involved, to ensure that your sale or purchase proceeds without unnecessary delay or stress.

If you are selling your residential property, we have the knowledge and expertise to help you devise a suitable contract that will ensure you receive the most value for your property and help you avoid any issues that may impede or adversely affect the sale. If you are employing a Real Estate Agent to sell your property, we can also provide you with advice on the contract between you and your agent. By seeking our advice on these matters before entering into any agreements, you can avoid costly disputes that may arise in the future.

If you are buying a residential property, our team will ensure that your purchase is stress-free. We offer comprehensive advice on contracts that will help you avoid potential disputes and ensure that your purchase goes ahead without concern or delay. We suggest that you allow us to peruse your contract prior to your signing so that we can suggest any changes that may further protect your rights.

If you have difficulty in coming to one of our offices, our friendly efficient staff will come to you.

We offer an obligation free first consultation.