Buying or selling a residential or commercial property is a significant matter in most peoples' lives. For some people it is the most significant transaction they will ever undertake. The conveyancing department of Cranston McEachern Lawyers will:-
Simply, conveyancing is the process of transferring the ownership of property from a seller to a buyer. Like any sale, this requires the creation of an agreement. In conveyancing this is the contract for the sale of land.
This contract will essentially set out the nature of the property that is being sold, the agreed price, the condition it is in, and other terms and conditions such as cooling-off periods and settlement dates.
The buyer's role will consist of, essentially, ensuring their investment is a good one by arming themselves with the best possible information about the transaction and what they are buying.
Making all the relevant investigations or searches on the property (see
below for specific searches required for strata and business purchases)
will be required during the process.
These searches will involve being sure the seller:
These searches will involve building inspections, strata record inspections and title searches. Your property law specialist will arrange all of these.
Cranston McEachern has experience in, and undertakes for clients the following types of transactions: