Conveyancing

Whether you are a first home buyer or a seasoned property owner, the process of buying a home can be fraught with risk and expense unless you have received the right advice before you sign a contract. Conveyancing is the term used to describe the transfer of property ownership from seller to buyer.  

CLO Lawyers have extensive knowledge and experience in property conveyancing, going back over 35 years. We will guide you through the process from the moment you decide to make an offer on a property through to the settlement of the sale some weeks later.  

The law and processes relating to property transactions varies considerably across Australia.  For example, in Queensland, the process starts with signing a contract and ends at settlement.  NSW buyers and sellers do not sign or “exchange” contracts until the settlement day, with all the conveyancing procedures having been attended to beforehand.  

CLO Lawyers is experienced at managing property transactions in the eastern states of Australia, so don’t take the chance, deal with a law firm that knows conveyancing and will protect your interests and investment.  

The Queensland Law Society has a range of resources and information available to consumers in relation to buying and selling residential property.  The Law Society has published an informative brochure that outlines the basic process involved in property transactions in Queensland.  Follow the link below for further information and contact CLO Lawyers for a cost effective and fixed price quote for your professional conveyancing services.  

Queensland Law Society - Guide to Conveyancing 

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