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Conveyancing: Buying or Selling Property

Conveyancing refers to the process and legal work involved in buying or selling a property.

Whether you are the purchaser or the vendor, the team at Legal Essentials is here to guide you through the process.

Quality Legal Advice

At Legal Essentials, you will be provided advice from a lawyer, rather than a conveyancer, and all work is supervised by a Principal.

Fixed Pricing

We offer fixed pricing for all standard residential conveyancing. This fixed price covers all legal work. This gives you peace of mind going into the transaction.

Disbursements such as property searches or fees are not included in the fixed price but will be estimated to you in your Agreement for Legal Services.

Ready for PEXA

PEXA stands for Property Exchange Australia and is Australia’s online property exchange network. It assists members – such as lawyers, conveyancers and financial institutions – to lodge documents with Land Registries and complete financial settlements electronically.

Legal Essentials is a PEXA member and have already successfully settled property transactions using PEXA. PEXA member conveyancing melbourne

Get in touch

Call us to talk about how Legal Essentials can help you buy or sell a property today.

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When you own a property or part of a property in your own name, your Will controls what happens to that property. We often see clients wishing to provide a loved one (usually a spouse) with the ability to live in that house, and yet still ensuring that the house ultimately ends up with someone…

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