Adelaide Conveyancers and Property Conveyancing

Adelaide Conveyancers and Property Conveyancing

Purchasing a property will likely be one of the most important transactions you will undertake during your lifetime. It is therefore highly important that you have the support and the expertise to transact confidently and efficiently.

Conveyancing is the process of transferring the ownership of property from one person to another. Although you are not legally obliged to engage the services of a solicitor or conveyancer, it is highly recommended that you do especially in cases where the transaction involves multiple parties or is complex in nature.

At Georgiadis Lawyers, we can assist you in a multitude of conveyancing matters, including:

  1. Purchasing a property;
  2. Selling a property;
  3. Subdividing land;
  4. Lodging a caveat;
  5. Discharging or lodging a Mortgage;
  6. Registering, changing or removing an easement; and
  7. Updating details on a certificate of title after marriage or death.

Do I need a Solicitor or Conveyancer?

There is a common perception that Solicitors are more expensive than conveyancers, but at Georgiadis Lawyers, we fix our fees to allow us to be your ‘one-stop-shop’ for your property matters. Unlike other conveyancers, we are able to prepare all the legal documentation for you and provide you advice on any legislation or regulations that may apply, and then also expedite an efficient settlement by way of our expertise in e-conveyancing.

PEXA is a recently developed e-conveyancing platform that allows electronic lodgement of documents with Land Registries and the electronic settlement of payment of funds. Our solicitors and conveyancers are PEXA trained and ready to assist you in any property transaction, and we will actively use PEXA if the other party is PEXA ready, allowing for an expedited settlement without the risk of a settlement failure or the stress involved in coordinating parties.

For more information on PEXA and e-conveyancing practices at Georgiadis Lawyers, please read our article or contact us.





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