We have over 50 years of combined experience in assisting purchasers in conveyancing.
Conveyancing involves transferring legal ownership of real estate from one person to another. We suggest you retain services of a lawyer rather than a non-lawyer conveyancer. Only lawyers are allowed to provide legal advice in property law.The Legal Profession Act 2004 prohibits a person from engaging in legal practice, unless that person holds a current legal practising certificate.
The real skill of conveyancing involves identifying issue, anticipating potential problems, legal and procedural and addressing them before they materialise so you could be safe.
We will identify potential problems such as unfair terms and conditions, questionable strategies and other traps and pitfalls and advise how to make the purchase right for you.
Information in these articles are general in nature and may not apply to your specific situation. For more detailed/specific legal advice for you we recommend proper legal advice from lawyer. You can book appointments with us via http://dlegal.com.au/contact-us/appointment-booking.html