I am purchasing or selling a property
I am selling:
As a Vendor you must ensure that you adhere to the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Victoria). If you do not, any sale that you negotiate with a purchaser may be legally unenforceable.
At Argent Law we ensure that the sale of your property is not jeopardised by defective documentation namely the Contract of Sale and Section 32 Statement (also called a Vendors Statement).
At Argent Law, our property law department is made up of conveyancers and property lawyers who work together tirelessly to provide you with a stress-free experience in selling your property.
I am buying:
Buying a property is a big investment. It is vital to ensure that you know exactly what you are buying. There may be elements such as planning issues, easements or other encumbrances that you should be aware of. As the Purchaser, if you do not settle on the settlement date you are liable to pay penalties to the Vendor. It may include penalty interest on the balance of purchase monies, the Vendor’s legal fees and sometimes the Vendor’s mortgage and accommodation costs, it can become a very costly exercise if the sale and transfer is not administered properly. At Argent Law it is our priority to keep you as informed as possible from the day you view the property to the day you settle. It is our job to liaise with all parties involved and we endeavour to stay one step ahead in the process ensuring your exposure to any issues or a delayed settlement is mitigated.
To get the ball rolling on the purchase or sale of a property, fill out our vendor or purchaser questionnaire and we will get in touch to discuss your situation!
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