I know that this is not anything related beauty. I'm a licensed conveyancer and would like to know how you will find a conveyancer when you need? Any places or websites you will look ......
I contact my Lawyer because if something goes wrong (like the Vendor dies) she can handle both.
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I always use a lawyer, if things go wrong then they can deal with it. I’ve had some pretty simple house purchases go south pretty quick and was glad I had a lawyer, sorry that’s not helping you much though!
When I purchased my current home two years ago I used a local conveyancer. They were very knowledgeable and the whole process was smooth sailing all the way.
Previous to that I had used solicitors for my other five property purchases, but I would not hesitate to use a conveyancer again.
When it comes to navigating your legal rights, and not only the legal formalities, of a sale/purchase of property, lawyer up. Most states and territories in Australia allow you to choose between a conveyancer or a lawyer, but in QLD and ACT, you must use a solicitor as conveyancing licences are not recognised in those States. I think in QLD, in order to do the conveyancing, you have to be a registered solicitor in that State as well.
I use a conveyancer that was recommended by word of mouth from a long-time broker I use. As for the further legalities, I'm a lawyer (not a property lawyer) but anything I don't already know generally or from experience as a property investor/owner, I get advice from friends who are property lawyers. If I were not a lawyer and/or didn't have easy access to qualified property law practitioners, I would probably not use a conveyancer. Most definitely not for complex purchases with significant risk.
Two immediate things come to mind that matter to me. Conveyancers are generally not well-versed in all tax implications. They are also not as heavily regulated as legal practitioners.
I would also go to my lawyer like the others have mentioned. If I didn't have one then I would google local conveyancer and see who has the best reviews or ask family members of anyone they know. I think alot of this is word of mouth these days.
Thanks, ThisIsMe. I just wanted to know this. How you will find when you need.
I'd try Yellow Pages or do a Google search to see what comes up...
Definitely check out a phone book to find your local one.
Being a lawyer myself (I am not in property law) I only trust a lawyer for conveyancing because like others have said, if there are any other issues come up, a lawyer is better positioned to give me that advice that I need. I am not familiar with what are the processes regulating conveyancers, but there are robust regulations on lawyers and clients are protected by insurance /fidelity fund etc.
To buy a property is one of the biggest investments one could make. I wouldn't skim on fees - to save a few hundreds or even a thousand on fees in the scheme of things, it's not worth the risk, and that's coming from me as a lawyer who reads contracts day in day out.
I found my lawyer through recommendation by another lawyer and I am very happy with him. We used him for all our property purchases. He charges $2K+GST.
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When we were buying our house, our bank referred us to a lawyer and our builder also referred a lawyer.
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