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As a fully qualified conveyancing firm, we here at Northern Tablelands Conveyancing are able to help produce marvellous results for a cost effective price, guaranteed. So if you're looking for a hassle free service, don't hesitate to get in touch through our contact form or give us a call. We are always happy to help.

What Is Conveyancing?

In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien. The term conveyancing may also be used in the context of the movement of bulk commodities or other products such as water, sewerage, electricity, or gas.
A typical conveyancing transaction contains two major landmarks: the exchange of contracts (whereby equitable title passes) and completion (whereby legal title passes). Conveyancing occurs in three stages: before contract, before completion and after completion.
A buyer of real property must ensure that he or she obtains a good and marketable 'title' to the land; i.e., that the seller is the owner, has the right to sell the property, and there is no factor which would impede a mortgage or re-sale. A system of conveyancing is usually designed to ensure that the buyer secures title to the land together with all the rights that run with the land, and is notified of any restrictions in advance of purchase.
In most mature jurisdictions, conveyancing is facilitated by a system of land registration which is designed to encourage reliance on public records and assure purchasers of land that they are taking good title.
In law, conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien. The term conveyancing may also be used in the context of the movement of bulk commodities or other products such as water, sewerage, electricity, or gas.
A typical conveyancing transaction contains two major landmarks: the exchange of contracts (whereby equitable title passes) and completion (whereby legal title passes). Conveyancing occurs in three stages: before contract, before completion and after completion.
A buyer of real property must ensure that he or she obtains a good and marketable 'title' to the land; i.e., that the seller is the owner, has the right to sell the property, and there is no factor which would impede a mortgage or re-sale. A system of conveyancing is usually designed to ensure that the buyer secures title to the land together with all the rights that run with the land, and is notified of any restrictions in advance of purchase.
In most mature jurisdictions, conveyancing is facilitated by a system of land registration which is designed to encourage reliance on public records and assure purchasers of land that they are taking good title.

Buying

Buy property or land knowing everything has been done properly and lawfully. Our team can review contracts to check for any red flags. We complete searches on the property to help make sure no previous debts are passed on to you and we’ll prepare all required paperwork.

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Selling

Looking to sell property? Our team can draft your contract and help with what is required for an on-time settlement. We’ll handle all the legal admin, so you can enjoy a successful sale.

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Contract Review

Do you understand the terms of your contract? Before going to an auction or committing to buy property or land, we recommend getting a contract review. This will uncover any red flags, hidden costs or unwanted surprises.

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