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Our conveyancing practice deals with the sale and purchase of both residential and commercial property.

This Involves

Conveyancing Contract paper with a legal ribbon
Advising you about the key terms of the Contract
Conveyancing Bank Building
Arranging settlement with your Bank
Conveyancing Register paper with Stamp
Stamping the Contract and paying transfer duty for you
Conveyancing with Magnifying glass to search
Conducting relevant searches
Conveyancing Witnessing signatures on a paper awith pen
Witnessing signatures on the Transfer
Conveyancing with Calculator, pen and paper
Calculating adjustments to the purchase price and settling
Conveyancing lawyer

Conveyancing lawyer

We can advise you on the transfer duty (State Government tax) payable and the availability of any relevant concessions. Simply ask the real estate agent to insert our details on the Contract and you can be confident your settlement will be as stress-free as possible.

We will ensure that you are well informed and accurately guided during the process. You can be assured that you will receive the best possible legal advice.

How we can help

Residential conveyancing

Buying and selling property is one of the biggest financial investments you will ever make, and it's crucial to use an expert in the field. Whether you're a seasoned investor or a first homeowner, Dr Craig Jensen Lawyers have the experience and expertise to assist you through the entire process.

FAQs on conveyancing

Key dates in the conveyancing process include:

  • The contract date
  • The date the cooling-off period ends
  • The date finance approval is due
  • The date any other conditions are due, such as the building inspection date
  • The settlement date

The cooling-off period applies to a buyer of residential property, commencing on the day the buyer or solicitor receives a copy of the signed and dated contract. The cooling-off period ends five business days after the contract is received.

The purpose of a cooling-off period is to allow a buyer to change their mind about proceeding with a contract. The buyer does not need to give a reason as to why the contract is terminated - if they wish to do so. However, the notification must be given to the seller in writing and the buyer must pay a penalty equal to 0.25% of the purchase price.

Get in Contact

Selling or purchasing a property can be stressful. We aim to reduce that stress by providing expert legal advice and guidance throughout the whole process.

Contact Dr Craig Jensen today to discuss your situation.

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