ConveyancingQLD

A complete matter-management solution that conveyancers can rely on for sales and purchases of real property while running a busy conveyancing practice in Queensland.

3 Matter Plans

Overview

A complete matter-management solution that conveyancers can rely on for sales and purchases of real property while running a busy conveyancing practice in Queensland.

Each step in the transaction is set out in sequential order with all of the required commentary and precedents in one place, making it easy for conveyancing solicitors and their teams to have the right documents on hand at every stage of the purchase or sale.

The commentary has been prepared by experienced legal practitioners and covers issues that arise regularly in Queensland conveyancing, as well as more complex issues that only arise from time to time.

Also included is 1001 Conveyancing Answers (QLD), which is a useful reference guide.

Precedents included in this publication:

  • Settlement statement;
  • Letter to buyer after settlement;
  • Initial letter to other side’s solicitor;
  • Disclosure notice;
  • Order on the agent;
  • Client service agreement (CSA);
  • Letter to buyer enclosing CSA and disclosure notice;
  • Letter to council paying rates;
  • Settlement instructions – Sale with mortgagee.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

 

Ready To Use Resources

Choose from ready-to-use legal documents within this Publication.

resources
  • Unlimited access across all devices

  • Practical and up-to-date

  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


Questions? We're here to help

3 Matter Plans Included


  • Bylawyers
    ALERTS - Nil
    “”

    This excerpt is a preview of the full publication. You can Subscribe Now and gain immediate access to the complete publication.

  • Bylawyers
    Full Commentary - Purchase of Real Property (QLD)
    “Queensland”

    This excerpt is a preview of the full publication. You can Subscribe Now and gain immediate access to the complete publication.

  • Bylawyers
    Overview
    “The purpose of a conveyancing transaction is to transfer the title and use of real property from one party to another. It is not adversarial but is necessarily investigative. Mainly, this is a time of relief for the seller that they have sold their property and a time of happy, excited anticipation ...”

    This excerpt is a preview of the full publication. You can Subscribe Now and gain immediate access to the complete publication.

  • Bylawyers
    Comments and suggestions for By Lawyers
    “null”

    This excerpt is a preview of the full publication. You can Subscribe Now and gain immediate access to the complete publication.

Our Authors

More than 45 legal professionals have contributed to By Lawyers' Australian publications, all helping to ensure content is updated regularly to reflect changes in legislation, practice and procedure.

Meet Our Authors