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Argent Law

2 Stawell Street, Melbourne (Richmond) VIC 3121 (03) 9571 7444

Argent Law Conveyancers Provide First Class Services

Argent Law’s conveyancing solicitors have the experience and skills to assist in all conveyancing matters, no matter how straight forward or complex.

Our firm is proud to offer first class service to both Vendor’s and Purchases, and guide our clients through the process to make their property ownership goals a reality.

Our Conveyancing Solicitors’ Promises

As a Vendor, under state legislation, you must ensure that you adhere to the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Victoria). If you do not, the Purchaser may be able to rescind your Contract of Sale and cancel the transaction. At Argent Law, our property solicitors ensure that all documentation – Vendors Statement, Contract of Sale and Section 27 Release of Deposit Statements are watertight and that the sale of your property is not jeopardised by defective documentation.

Our Expertise In Property Industry

Buying a property is an important decision, it is vital that you understand exactly what you are buying. With Argent Law guiding you through the process, we are here to assist you with:

  • Review of the Section 32 Statement and Contract of Sale to identify any potential matters. You should be aware of issues such as caveats, covenants, the existence of a party wall, easements, owner builder insurance, permits, heritage overlays and so on. The list of items that you need you be aware of is different for every property. As a consequence, you will require qualified conveyancing lawyers to review the documentation in detail for you!
  • Give advice in relation to the amount of the stamp duty and registration fees applicable as you need to pay these fees at settlement.
  • Advise whether any government subsidies are applicable to you such as the first home owners grant, the principle place of residence stamp duty reduction or first home buyers stamp duty exemption/reduction.
  • Advice in regard to the ‘cooling off period’ (if applicable).
  • Negotiate terms and conditions for the purchase of property – for example inclusion of certain chattels and settlement date.
  • Prepare adjustments regarding Council, Water, Land Tax and Owners Corporation fees. We want you to only be paying for the outgoings of the property as from the date of sale!
  • Attend to settlement.
  • Notify the relevant authorities (council, water, state revenue office) of your acquisition.
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