ConveyancingTAS

A complete matter-management solution allowing conveyancers, lawyers, paralegals, and support staff to run a busy conveyancing practice in Tasmania.

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Overview

A complete matter-management solution allowing conveyancers, lawyers, paralegals, and support staff to run a busy conveyancing practice in Tasmania. Each step in the transaction is set out in sequential order with easy access to all required precedents and a simple but comprehensive commentary.

Prepared by highly experienced and specialised legal practitioners, the matter plan provides access to template contracts, letters, and up-to-date precedents. The commentary covers all issues that arise regularly as well as more complex issues that arise from time to time.

Precedents in this publication include:

  • To do lists;
  • Deed of mutual rescission of contract;
  • Letter to vendor's solicitor submitting transfer;
  • Letter to purchaser following registration;
  • Settlement instructions mortgagee;
  • After settlement letter to vendor;
  • Order on the agent;
  • Settlement instructions with mortgagee;
  • Settlement instructions with no mortgagee;
  • Notice to complete;
  • Settlement adjustment sheet.

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

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    Full Commentary - Purchase of Real Property (TAS)
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    Overview
    “The purpose of a conveyancing transaction is to transfer the title and use of real property from one party to another. Despite the current trend to make it so, conveyancing is not adversarial. Once agreement is reached between the parties as to price and inclusions, it is for the practitioners – ...”

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