Why You Definitely Need a Lawyer in Property Conveyancing

Ensuring Corporate Documents' Enforceability - What to Know

10/04/2024

The property conveyancer will also act as your representative in court if necessary. This is usually only required, if there is a dispute over the ownership of the property or, if one of the parties fails to adhere to the terms of the sale. In these cases, the conveyancer will fight for your interests to ensure the deal goes as smoothly as possible.

If you are considering buying or selling a property, you must instruct a qualified property conveyancer to help you with the process. They will ensure that everything is done correctly and that you are protected throughout.

Do You Need a Lawyer Conveyancer?

A conveyancer is someone who is licensed to perform specific legal tasks related to the buying and selling of property. On the other hand, a lawyer has gone to law school and is, therefore, qualified to give legal advice and represent people in court.

So, when you are buying or selling a property, you will need to use the services of a conveyancer to take care of the legal paperwork involved. However, you will need to consult with a lawyer, when or if you have any legal questions or concerns.

If you choose someone who is not a lawyer, they must be fully licensed to represent you. It’s also important to remember that non-lawyer conveyancers have limitations; because only a lawyer can provide certain services. For example, only a lawyer can look at a Contract of Sale and a Vendor’s Statement and advise on the acceptable (and unacceptable) terms or risks of purchasing the property.

Hiring a Conveyancing Lawyer

There are many things to think about when you are buying a property, and it is essential to have a good conveyancing lawyer to help you through the process. They will ensure that all the paperwork is in order and that the transaction goes smoothly, so you don’t have to worry about anything.

Conclusion

Hire a conveyancing lawyer when you’re ready to move forward with your property transaction. You need a professional to protect your interests, work through the paperwork, and ensure a smooth transaction from start to finish.

Turn to GLG Legal if you are looking for a conveyancing lawyer. We can help with both, commercial and residential, property law and provide our clients with real-world solutions to meet your commercial and property needs. Get in touch with us by calling (07) 3161 9555.

You May Also Like…

Who Should Review a Contract?

Who Should Review a Contract?

In our business and personal lives, we are exchanging contracts all the time. For employment, for homes, for sales,...

CALL NOW TO TALK TO ONE OF OUR EXPERT LAWYERS

Brisbane, Head Office

Level 8, 193 North Quay, Brisbane QLD 4000

P: 07 3161 9555

E: info@glglegal.com.au

Redland Bay

133 Broadwater Terrace, Redland Bay QLD 4165

P: 07 3206 8700

E: info@glglegal.com.au

Springfield

Brookwater Office Park,

Level 1, Building 9,

22 Magnolia Drive, Brookwater QLD 4300

P: (07) 3288 3511

E: info@glglegal.com.au