Choosing a property lawyer or conveyancing specialist ?
If you do not have a property lawyer, how do you find one?
Word of mouth, perform an internet search for a property lawyer in your area, consult the Law Society website or visit your local Citizens Advice Bureau.
Remember to choose a lawyer or solicitor whom you feel comfortable with. A competent lawyer will assist you through this transaction and ensure you of a good outcome for your circumstances.
Your choice of lawyer to attend to your needs is an important decision.
At Quay Law we are committed to finding a solution that tailors the legal process to your personal or commercial requirements.
To talk to one of our legal and conveyancing solicitors call us on (09) 5232408.
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Buying or Selling Property in New Zealand
For most of us, buying or selling a property is one of the largest transactions we will make.
There are many practical and legal considerations to take into account.
But even more importantly you want to seek appropriate legal advice from your solicitor before signing the Sale and Purchase Agreement. Contact a Conveyancer
The property puchase agreement.
When entering into a property transaction we recommend that you engage your lawyer to review any agreement for sale and purchase prior to executing same, as this will afford you the opportunity to make any suggested amendments. It is extremely important to remember that once you have signed the agreement, a legally binding contract comes into force with the ensuing legal obligations.
The process to buying a house. Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest financial commitments you will ever make. There are several relatively complicated stages to negotiate and there are a number of things to look out for. In New Zealand there are several ways to sell and buy a home, including: auction, tender, advertised/ fixed price or by negotiation. Read more
Are you buying a property at an auction or on a tender? It is extremely important to remember that once you have signed the agreement, a legally binding contract comes into force with the ensuing legal obligations.
Pre Settlement Inspection
It is important to understand that a buyer is entitled to carry out a pre-settlement inspection in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises. Read more.
Type of property ownership
One of the questions frequently raised clients pertains to the type of property ownership involved, so I thought that it would be useful to set out the most common forms of ownership below: Read more
Unexpected costs when purchasing a property.
This article has been written as a guideline in order to highlight some of the costs that may be incurred when purchasing a home. Read more.
Property Law: Conditions in your Agreement for Sale and Purchase. Read more
Buying a Property Checklist. Read more
Quay Law NZ offers a complete range of property law and conveyancing services for all of your residential and commercial property transactions. For more information or discuss your unique situation with a lawyer, please contact us on (09) 5232408.
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