In simple terms, conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property from a seller to a buyer via a contract of sale. The contract sets out all the terms of the agreement in writing. TNS Lawyers understands that the conveyancing process can be stressful because Australian property law is not only complicated but also varies from state to state.
As a result, you need to ensure that the team handling your matter can draw on specialised knowledge of property law and conveyancing. They should be equipped to deal with any complex issues that may emerge during your conveyance.
At our Melbourne law firm. we have property and conveyancing lawyers whose expertise include transferring residential, commercial, industrial, and rural properties. We have experience managing conveyances for a wide range of clients, including high-net-worth individuals, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and ASX 200 companies.
Our team can assist with:
Our clients tell us that they trust us to manage their conveyancing not just because of our cost-effective conveyancing fees but also because of our highly personalised services. We give clients peace of mind because they know that we are on top of the details and we will keep them informed at each stage of their property transaction.
How much does conveyancing cost in Victoria?
Conveyancing costs could vary depending on several factors, including but not limited to the type of property, cost of property, application for FIRB approvals, etc. Generally, a conveyancing file will cost you between $800 to $1,500 plus GST and disbursements.
Do I need a conveyancer when buying or selling a property?
Given that there are a number of legal steps and requirements involved in a conveyancing transaction, it would be best to have a legal professional on your side to avoid making costly mistakes. Our team can see your property from signing the contract to settlement.
Is a solicitor and conveyancer the same thing?
Both a solicitor and a conveyancer are qualified to handle the legal work related to the sale or purchase of a property. You can be a conveyancer without being a solicitor and vice versa.
However, unlike a conveyancer, a solicitor can provide you with further advice particularly if your matter becomes litigious or has a dispute.
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