Conveyancing And Leases

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Residential Conveyancing

Below follows a broad outline of the steps in a legal conveyance of your residence. We call it a legal conveyance, because any conveyance of property by its nature is a transaction that craves legal expertise. We have the qualifications and knowledge of the law to ensure that your conveyance is dealt with in a way that protects your legal interests best.

We ensure that your conveyance remains simply a conveyance, but quietly perform background functions which make the transaction work for you in the very best way possible, at no extra charge.

Acting for Purchaser
  • Pre-exchange enquiries and inspections
  • Comprehensive review of contract in a face to face meeting with client
  • Negotiation to ensure contract reflects client wishes
  • Exchange contracts
  • Proceed to complete conveyance, including
  • Requisitions on title
  • Enquiries and searches
  • Attending to mortgagee requirements
  • Attend stamping/exemption
  • Arrange settlement
  • Calculate adjustments
  • Attend settlement
  • Post settlement reports.
Acting for Vendor
  • Attend on and guide client to take comprehensive instructions to prepare contract
  • Undertake searches
  • Prepare contract
  • Submit contract to real estate agent for marketing purposes
  • Take sales advice from real estate agent
  • Prepare contract for exchange
  • Attend on negotiation pre-exchange and attend on exchange of contracts
  • Attend on client instructions to answer requisitions on title
  • Attend on mortgage discharge steps
  • Attend on agreeing adjustments figures
  • Attend on cheque directions
  • Prepare for settlement
  • Attend settlement
  • Post settlement reports

In conveyances which involve the transfer of new residential property, property that includes business, development property, rural property, commercial property, pure business property and the like, we are able to provide you with advice on aspects of the transaction more far reaching than simply conveyancing. More often than not we do this in ways that save you money.

Business Conveyancing

Below follows a broad outline of the steps in a legal conveyance of your business. We call it a legal conveyance, because any conveyance of business by its nature is a transaction that craves legal expertise. We have the qualifications and knowledge of the law to ensure that your conveyance is dealt with in a way that protects your legal interests best.We ensure that your conveyance remains simply a conveyance, but quietly perform background functions which make the transaction work for you in the very best way possible, at no extra charge.

Acting for Vendor
  • Advise on Optimal Legal Format for Sale
  • Presale Planning
  • Draft Sale of Business Agreement or Sale of Share Agreement
  • Warranties
  • Restraint of Trade
  • Enquiries
  • Assignment of Lease
  • Any Vendor Finance Agreement and Security
  • Discharging of Liabilities
  • Supplier Agreements
  • Negotiating on behalf of Vendor
  • Direct and Indirect Tax Advice
  • Litigation Proofing
Acting for Purchaser
  • Structuring: Company, Joint Venture, Partnership, Trusts, Franchise or Association
  • Considerations – Administration, Compliance, Tax Planning, Control, Asset Protection, Cost, Simplicity & Succession Planning
  • Negotiation of Sale of Business or Share Agreement
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Commercial or Retail Lease or Property Conveyance
  • Business planning, including employee, contracts, liabilities, taxation, insurance, succession and legal systemisation.
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