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What is conveyancing?
AIC NSW defines conveyancing as 'the legal process of transferring property'.
This process involves the preparation, execution and lodgment of several legal documents. A good conveyancer will always take time to properly explain to their customers their obligations and rights in relation to such documents before they are asked to sign.
Conveyancing may include preparing, obtaining and compiling various documents when collating a sale contract; as well as liaising with various parties including real estate agents, prospective purchasers and government departments.

When purchasing, conveyancing also includes investigation to ensure that a property is not adversely affected by unapproved structures, proposals by government departments to acquire the subject land, outstanding rates notices or work orders that have not been complied with; and many more such problems that may be present, but not apparent when purchasing a property.

As your conveyancer, Bhim will discuss with you the finer points of your purchase or sale, and advise accordingly.

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