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All steps of the property transfer are conducted online. Our team provides you with instant updates on the status of transfer documents. Conveyancing.com lawyers provide you with legal advice online, no matter your location.
Valuable time is saved with all correspondence taking place online. Conveyancing lawyers review your documents online for faster completion. Faster response times between you and your conveyancing lawyer.
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All Conveyancing.com lawyers have degrees in property law along with years of experience as legal practitioners.
Our conveyancing lawyers can provide you with crucial legal advice every step of the way.
All aspects of our conveyancing service can be conducted online for efficiency and convenience.
We can provide fixed price quotes for all of our residential services and will advise you if any service extends beyond the initial fee offered.
Some conveyancers only have a diploma in conveyancing with no qualifications in property law.
Conveyancers are not allowed to offer you legal advice on any issues in regards to the transaction.
Some conveyancing services may require more time consuming face-to-face meetings.
Some conveyancers may advertise lower service prices but be wary of additional fees that may not be revealed until your transaction begins.
Spouses and domestic partners are exempt from Land Transfer Duty (Stamp Duty) on the condition that one party lives in the property as their principal place of residence.
All transfers of property that are not between to spouses or de facto partners will incur a stamp duty, including offspring.
Preferably, the buyer and seller should use their own independent property lawyer or conveyancer to ensure no conflict of interest arises between the parties.
A Section 27 is often referred to as an early Release of Deposit Authority. When purchasing property, the buyer is legally obligated to pay a deposit (usually 10% of the sale price). This deposit is usually held by the real estate agent, lawyer or conveyancer.
Usually, the deposit is released to the vendor at the time of settlement. A Section 27 allows the purchaser to release the deposit to the vendor prior to settlement if both parties agree. This document gives the real estate agent, lawyer or conveyancer legal authority to release the deposit to the vendor.
It's best to contact a conveyancer at the beginning of your property transaction. This allows us to provide you with expert legal guidance throughout the entire conveyancing process. A property transfer is one of the most important transactions of your life. Mistakes made during this transaction can be very costly in the long run.
The cost of online conveyancing can vary due to the complex nature of a property transaction. We will advise you at the start if the conveyancing services you require will extend beyond the fixed-fee service.
Solicitors and conveyancers in Victoria require different qualifications and levels of training. Solicitors are required to complete a Bachelor of Laws degree followed by a one-year Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
Conveyancers are only required to complete an advanced diploma of conveyancing and 12 months of work experience. Conveyancers will typically charge less than lawyers for their services but be wary that they are not qualified to offer legal advice.
So if your property transfer ends up in litigation before a court, a conveyancer will not be able to assist you. Conveyancing lawyers are experts in property law and will be able to represent your interests.