Written by Peter CarterAugust 4, 2017
Buying a new home can be both exciting and daunting. From organising removalists, redecorating your dream home and signing mountains of paperwork; it’s like a rollercoaster!
If you’re feeling under the pump it’s important to get in contact with a conveyancer as they will be able to guide you through the technicalities which can sometimes leave you stumped, and ensure all legal boxes are checked so there are no unexpected hiccups in the transaction.
For information on a property, go to: Conveyancing
So what is conveyancing?
To put it simply, conveyancing is the process of transferring the title of property from one party to another. However, this process is often far from simple, which is where conveyancers come in.
Why should I engage a solicitor for conveyancing?
Solicitors are professionals who provide advice, prepare and clarify legal documentation and conduct the settlement process. You should get in contact with a solicitor if you’re buying or selling, subdividing land, updating a title or registering or removing an easement. When researching for a conveyancer engaging with a solicitor is your best option, as it’s reassuring to know that if any legal issues do come up during your purchase, they will be able to handle anything that occurs.
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