RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND RURAL CONVEYANCING
In the broadest sense, conveyancing is the process of buying and selling real estate.
To be a bit more precise, however, it is generally regarded as the steps necessary to finalise the sale after the buyer has signed the contract. Comprehensive searches are conducted to verify that the seller owns the property and that they are not hindered or potentially hindered in any way.
Searches are also done to determine whether the property is subject to or potentially subjected to the proposed reclamation of land, easements, contamination or other administrative/regulatory requirements.
Of course you can do conveyancing on your own. But because, it can be complicated, it is always best to seek legal advice and assistance with this process. Our Rockhampton Property Lawyers have the skills and experience needed to eliminate costly mistakes and fights should any disputes arise.