ConveyancingSA

A complete matter-management solution that conveyancers can rely on while running a busy conveyancing practice in South Australia.

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Overview

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

  • Settlement statement;
  • Vendor’s statement (Section 7);
  • Letter to vendor after settlement;
  • Letter to purchaser after settlement;
  • Settlement instructions – Sale with mortgagee;
  • Initial letter to purchaser;
  • Letter to council – Change of ownership;
  • Irrevocable authority;
  • Letter to agent after settlement;
  • Put and call option;
  • Authority to solicitor to forward deeds;
  • Costs agreement.

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.

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    “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 vendor that they have sold their property and a time of happy, excited anticipation ...”

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