The buying and selling process is legally defined as conveyancing. Before signing a contract for a piece of real estate or other property related matters, it is imperative to consult with a solicitor to obtain legal advice.
At Williams Graham Carman Lawyers, our experienced conveyancing team are able to offer you expert advice on a range of legal issues, including those associated with property. Our conveyancing fee is generally fixed, meaning no surprise costs and giving you peace of mind to focus on your property matters.
Ensuring the correct planning permissions and other regulations are in place when intending to extend or otherwise modify a property you own can be a complex process. Consult with a legal specialist to safeguard you and your property against potential disputes.
Purchase of a house or unit:
Signing a real estate contract requires an understanding of the potential financial and business implications. Appoint a lawyer to help you break down and understand the clauses of the contracts associated with buying property.
Purchase of commercial property:
If your business intends to buy a piece of commercial real estate, working with a member of the WGC conveyancing legal team can provide you with quality expertise on a wide range of commercial law, including the purchasing of property.
Purchase of land:
When buying a parcel of land, it is imperative to ensure that it complies with legal requirements regarding safety and suitability, especially if you are intending to build upon the land. Appointing a conveyancing legal specialist can be essential in the assessment and decision making process in land purchasing procedures.
Sale of a house or unit:
Transferring ownership of a property to a new owner can be a complex process. A legal specialist with knowledge of your situation and the property in question can advise you on the need for special conditions and ensure you are protected.
Sale of commercial property:
If you decide that the time is right to sell a commercial property from your business portfolio, be sure to engage a conveyancing lawyer with the experience and knowledge to facilitate the process until the property is sold.
Sale of land:
When selling land, you have a responsibility to ensure the property is lawfully transferred to the next party. This protects you should problems arise further down the line, as well as allowing for a smooth transition on to the new owner.
Compulsory land acquisitions:
There are five stages which must be completed to perform a compulsory land acquisition under the Acquisition of Land Act 1967. These are: notice, object, apply, resume and compensate. If you find that your all or part of your property is intended to be resumed, consulting with a lawyer can provide ease of mind as well as expertise when dealing with this complicated area of conveyancing law.
If you require specialised legal advice, our commercial law team will be happy to assist you: