Real estate involves large transfers of value. If the law didn’t take into account a huge and complex variety of circumstances people would be at risk of unfairly losing their livelihood. However, this has the unfortunate side effect of making real estate a messy business. This is where Conveyancing Solicitors come in. Conveyancing solicitors have put years into studying law and specialising in the settlement and title transfer process. Combined with the industry experience of a good firm, they have the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexity of real estate law. They will ensure you, or the other side, don’t innocently fault on your legal obligations. The role of a conveyancing solicitor for you will depend on whether you are buying or selling.
If you are buying real estate, a conveyancing solicitor’s main job is drawing up legal documents and assisting in interpreting documents from the seller. However, they can also do research into the property using their knowledge and experience in what to look for and how. They can also act as an agent, representing your financial interests and even settle the property on your behalf.
If you are selling real estate, the role of a conveyancing solicitor is similar in regards to legal documents. They draw up, interpret, and ensure everything necessary or desirable for the transaction is prepared. Conveyancing solicitors can also represent you as a seller, and assist in communicating with the buyer.
Conveyancing solicitors are important to both buyers and sellers in protecting each party’s rights and interests. They are a safeguard against legal errors involving large transfers of value, taking the risk out of conveyancing