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What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing is the process of transferring legal title in an asset from the vendor to the purchaser. Conveyancers or lawyers specializing in conveyancing facilitate the transfer of ownership in real estate (property) or business transactions (chattel).

The conveyancing process for a real estate transaction begins when the vendor provides the buyer with a Section 32 statement and a contract of sale. It concludes when the title to the property is transferred to the purchaser's name at the Land Titles Office.

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  • A Conveyancing transaction has many different parties to it. Parties common to most transactions are - The Vendor, Purchaser, Real estate agent, the State revenue office and the bank. 

  • A good conveyancer is able to transact with all these different parties at minimal inconvenience to you. 

  • Moreover, your conveyancer can assist in any negotiations such as extending settlement dates, helping you to obtain extensions to your finance due date. 

  • Lastly, your conveyancer will ensure that the title of the property or asset you purchase is transferred to or from your name legally. 

  • Regardless of if you are buying or selling a business the advice of a experienced business lawyer can be invaluable
  • Business lawyers can advice on how to structure the disposal of your assets, safeguard you and your shareholders post sale
  • As a purchaser you can rely on your lawyer to review the contracts and help you in undertaking the necessary due diligence