Conveyancing is more than a straight forward buy-sell property transaction. Consider the multiple parties involved. There’s the seller and buyer’s lending institution (bank), insurers, Kiwisaver funds, real estate agents, local councils and authorities, tenants, body corporates, mortgage brokers and not to mentioned the most important parties, the property buyer and the seller.
Each of these parties involved during the property conveyancing process ( sale or purchase) will all have their own role, responsibility and requirements during the sale and purchase transaction.
The Role of the Property and Conveyancing Lawyer
During the conveyancing transaction, it is the conveyancing lawyer’s role to ensure that each party’s concerns are addressed before the property transaction is completed.
Looking For a Friendly and Approachable Conveyancing Lawyer
Our experienced legal team have expertise in the area of structuring property investments and are able to advise you as to appropriate structures for your commercial or private requirements.
So whether you are buying your first home or selling wanting to sell your family home or commercial property, our property lawyers and Auckland conveyancers have extensive experience in New Zealand property law and we look forward to being of assistance to you.
To discuss your own property / conveyancing transaction, or for more information, please contact a solicitor at Quay Law Barrister and Solicitors in Remuera, New Zealand.