- They provide like residential conveyancing, wills and probate.
- Probate is a legal process where a will is proved and accepted as a valid document in the court which is the true last evidence of the deceased.
- Conveyancers prepare, examine and advise on contracts of sale for businesses and properties.
- They also carry out title searches and contact authorities of the government to find out if any illegal building work or disputes could affect the properties and businesses.
- Maintain legal files and prepare, analyze and interpret a variety of legal documents.
- Negotiate the terms and conditions of, contracts of sale, paying deposits and check for outstanding arrears.
- They interview the clients to determine the nature of issues and written information which is received for the cases from legal professionals.
Tips to choose a right conveyancer or solicitor:-
Once you agree to an offer, the need is to choose a conveyancer to transfer the ownership of the property from the seller to yourself. Selecting the right conveyancer is important so that the whole buying and selling process doesn’t get derailed.
- A solicitor must be the member of the law society.
- A conveyancer must be member of council for licensed conveyancers.
- Conveyancer should be diligent and efficient in sending off the right bits of paper at the right time as conveyancing involves a lot of paperwork.
- It is important that you should understand what your selected conveyancer can do and can't do.
- Another important point is that you should explain very clearly about your position and your requirements to the conveyancers.