At our core, Just Conveyancing, a division of Hones Lawyers, is a property based law firm. From buying or selling a property, property transfer, leasing, acquiring easements to obtaining development approvals to actually building. We cover all aspects of property law.
Our conveyancing lawyers in Sydney have assisted those involved in property for over 45 years. Our conveyancers and property lawyers have acted for local councils, developers, architects, retirement village operators, investors (large and small), institutions, buyers & sellers to landlords and lessees.
What Types of properties Can We assist with?
Our experience broadly covers:
- Conveyancing – buying & selling
- Leasing – commercial, industrial, retail, residential and rural
- Community title
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How to avoid risks with property transactions in Sydney and NSW
Property law is complex. It covers a wide range of legal situations, such as buying and selling property, dealing with landlords and tenants, and resolving disputes over boundaries.
Mistakes can be costly, which is why it’s important for anyone who owns, or who wants to own or lease real estate, in Sydney and New South Wales to make sure that they receive professional advice that they can confidently rely upon throughout each phase of any property transaction.
As well as the formal processes related to transfer of ownership, mortgages and title searches, there are other significant factors to take into account that are not always so obvious. For example, your sale or purchase may give rise to tax implications which might not be apparent to you. Or if you are a buyer, then stamp duty fees will likely be payable to the state government.
One problem area that we have seen giving rise to a lot of problems is easements. If you are buying or selling property, these affect the title and must be carefully checked. If you are considering creating an easement, so that other people can use parts of your property for things like access to shared driveways or utility lines, formal agreements will be required. It is important to prepare all easements correctly so that there are no costly disputes or legal problems down the track.
The best way to protect yourself from taking any unnecessary and potentially expensive risks is to make sure you receive the right advice. You can rely upon our experience to guide you through the transaction processes and manage your property matters professionally and effectively.
For more legal advice on all areas of property law, call us on 02 8318 0778 or complete the request form.