What is Conveyancing?

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If you’re looking to buy or sell property, you should not only know what conveyancing is, but understand it's importance.

Conveyancing is the process where the legal title of a property is transferred from one person to another. A conveyance is the written document (i.e. a deed or a lease or a contract) that serves as proof that the property is transferred from seller to buyer. 

The contract includes the purchase price and date of actual transfer (as agreed upon by both parties) as well as their obligations and responsibilities which if either party cannot fulfill, gives the other the right to take the defaulting party to court so that they can ensure the contract is fulfilled or otherwise claim damages.

In Australia, a licensed conveyancer completes the process of conveyancing. Alternatively, the buyer can choose to complete the process of conveyancing on their own with the help of kits. Because of the conveyancing laws and processes, as well as the requirements, searches and costs that vary by state, we advise all buyers to use an expert. The process of conveyancing is by somebody licensed (a conveyancer or a solicitor) can take between 4 to 6 weeks. 

At Coronis, we believe successful conveyancing is often about understanding a client’s needs and aspirations, not just legal expertise.

Visit Coronis Conveyancing today.

Coronis Conceyancing is part of Coronis' end-to-end property solution. Our conveyancing team is comprised of highly skilled and experienced conveyancing paralegals, who have provided assistance to thousands of satisfied clients. Our team is supervised by a number of practicing lawyers who are experts in this complex area of the law. When selling or buying with Coronis, your conveyancing can be done in the same place, with transparent communication between the sales agent, buyer, seller and conveyancer. Coronis Conveyancing are committed to creating genuine and caring relationships with our clients, whose testament to our service is their repeat business. Get in touch today with Coronis Conveyancing today.

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