Conveyancing Resource Centre
How does conveyancing work?
Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of legal title of land to a new owner, whether it be from a person or entity.
This process of passing property to a new owner requires a lot of legal work, jargon and processes and regulatory requirements.
Conveyancing transactions generally consist of three stages, including pre-contract, pre-completion and post-completion work.
Typically, a conveyancing solicitor will do everything necessary and ensure you are prepared for critical dates during the process, deal with all the parties, and assist you in completing necessary forms.
Conveyancing can involve many other steps, for example:
Preparing the contract
Examining and providing advice on the contract
Reviewing building and pest reports
Providing critical date reminders
Examining a strata inspection report (if the property is in a strata scheme)
Communicating with the incoming or outgoing financier
Exchanging the contract of sale
Holding the deposit
Arranging payment of stamp duty
Examining the mortgage agreement
Undertaking searches at the request of the client
Checking if there are outstanding arrears or land tax obligations
Checking swimming pool compliance certificates
Finding out if any government authority has a vested interest in the land or if any planned development could affect the property
Finding out any information that may not have been previously disclosed such as a fence dispute or illegal building work
Calculating adjustments for council and water rates for the property settlement
Overseeing the change of title and preparing transfer paperwork
Completing any final checks prior to settlement
Calculating adjustments for outgoings at settlement
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