Conveyancing is the transfer of real estate ownership from one party to another and is a complex area of law where the smallest mistakes can lead to significant consequences. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, invest, subdivide or transfer residential, commercial or industrial real estate, you should contact a lawyer to assist you in the process. With over 25 years of experience in the area, Wyndham Partners is capable and willing to help you through the process
When you want to purchase a property in Victoria you will have to sign a Contract of Sale. It is often helpful to engage a lawyer before you sign a Contract of Sale to ensure you understand what you are signing. Many terms in the Contract of Sale will be standard terms, however the seller may have chosen to include additional terms, or amend clauses, which is where Wyndham Partners can step in and assist you in explain your rights and responsibilities.
Wyndham Partners can also talk you through the different ownership structures that are available and suggest which would be most beneficial to you in your current situation. We can also assist you in the often-complex process of understanding and calculating duties and any other taxes that may be associated with your purchase.
We will also handle all other matters associated with the purchase and at time of settlement Wyndham Partners will ensure the property is rightfully and legally transferred to you without any issues and all documents are lodged with the proper authorities.
Wyndham Partners can assist you if you are considering selling your property. We will prepare the Contract of Sale and ensure any special conditions you require are included (i.e a particular settlement date). We will also prepare the Vendor’s Statement, conduct all of the title and planning searches and prepare all other additional documentation to ensure your sale complies with Victorian legislation.
Once you have found a buyer for your property, we will engage with the appropriate parties and ensure all checks, documentation and relevant matters (such as adjustments, discharge of mortgage, etc) are completed to prepare for a smooth settlement.