Conveyancing in simple terms is the legal process involved in transferring property between a buyer and seller. It starts as soon as your offer on a property is accepted and does not finish until the sale is finalised and the buyer receives the keys. Generally, a solicitor or conveyancer conducts the process although DIY conveyancing is on the rise in popularity. However, the entire legal process is highly complicated and it is recommended that any local buyer hire a professional property lawyer for Melbourne properties. As a conveyancer is an important part of your purchase process, it is important to ensure you are receiving the right service. Always consider the reputation of your conveyancer, along with what he will provide. Any good conveyancer in Melbourne should perform the following duties and steps for his client during the entire process.
A conveyancer performs an important role in purchasing or selling property, so carefully consider and decide on your company, long before their role is essential. If you have any concerns or queries regarding conveyancing, come talk to our professional lawyers today.
Please be aware that due to the spread of Covid – 19 and on the recommendation of Government the decision has been made that from 5pm Wednesday 8 July 2020 to close the office once again to help slow the spread of the virus.
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