Are you looking for a lawyer for property settlement, and property conveyancing services?
Property conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person or entity to another. It involves a series of steps and legal documents that ensure the transfer of ownership is valid and legally binding.
The conveyancing process typically includes:
- Drafting and exchanging contracts between the buyer and seller outlines the terms and conditions of the sale.
- Conducting searches on the property to check for any outstanding debts, restrictions or other issues that may affect the transfer of ownership.
- Preparing and reviewing legal documents such as the transfer deed, mortgage documents, and title deeds.
- Liaising with relevant parties such as the buyer, seller, lenders, and solicitors ensures all legal requirements are met.
- Registering the transfer of ownership with the relevant land registry.
Property conveyancing is a complex and time-consuming process. It is generally advisable to seek the help of a qualified real estate solicitor or conveyancer to handle the legal aspects of buying or selling commercial, industrial or residential property.
Conveyancing & Property Settlement Lawyers
Our professional real estate conveyancing services arm is led by Mel Fang, our experienced conveyencer. Mel has great is very knowledgeable about the conveyancing industry. Mel will give timely legal advice and guidance to take you through the conveyancing process and to complete your final settlement process smoothly.
As Meritus Legal is a West Australian legal practice, we are readily available to step in when there are legal issues during the real estate transaction, particularly when disputes or issues prevent the final settlement process from taking place as planned.
As Meritus Legal’s conveyancing lawyer, Mel Fang provides premier conveyancing services.
Premier Conveyancing & Property Settlement Services
We are known for our professional and friendly customer service. We have assisted many clients in their property transactions, including commercial, off-the-plan, and residential properties. We can also assist in related party property transactions and the sale of business jointly with the sale of commercial property.
If you plan to sell or purchase a property, don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance with your property transaction and conveyancing process.
We recommend you swing the contract past us for a high-level review before signing the dotted line. This will ensure that we can draft certain special conditions into the contract to address any specific concerns or issues that you have.
Unfortunately, it will be too late to make any changes after the parties have signed the contract, as it will be very unlikely that the other party will give consent.