Conveyancer works through legal documents with a couple on the sale of their home

Conveyancer

Conveyancers act for and on behalf of clients in the area of property and business transfers.

Overview

Conveyancers act for and on behalf of clients in the area of property and business transfers.

Day-to-day

  • prepares, examines and advises on the contract for sale of properties and businesses
  • carries out title searches and contacts government authorities to find out if any planned development, illegal building work and disputes could affect properties and businesses
  • prepares, examines and advises on mortgage documentation
  • negotiates the terms and conditions of, and exchanges, contracts of sale, paying deposits, arranging payment of stamp duty, checking for outstanding arrears and land tax obligations, and calculating adjustments for council and water rates.

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