Conveyancing law covers that laws and regulations around buying and selling property, including the Conveyancing Act and related property laws that usually differ slightly in each State and Territory across Australia. If you're buying or selling a property, you will need to go through the conveyancing process (transferring the title of the property from seller to buyer). This process usually starts when you sign the contract for sale and ends at settlement when the property is officially transferred from the seller to the buyer.
Most property lawyers as well as licensed conveyancers provide conveyancing services to make sure that the conveyancing process goes smoothly and that your that your interests are protected.
If you are selling your home, it is important that you have a conveyancing lawyer or licensed conveyancer prepare your contract of sale for your property. If you are buying a home, it is important for you to have conveyancing lawyer or licensed conveyancer review the contract of sale before you sign it.
Where the property is off the plan or the sale or purchase may involve some legal issues, you may be best engaging a conveyancing lawyer (also known as a conveyancing solicitor and property lawyer) as a lawyer will be able to directly and immediately deal with legal issues as they arise.
Usually all that is needed is a quick call with a conveyancing lawyer or licensed conveyancer, then you can send through your contract for sale or further information and they will also provide you with a fixed fee quote for your conveyancing costs and an explanation of the conveyancing process so that you know exactly what to expect and when as well as liaise with your real estate agent.
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