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A Divorce Lawyer Has Responsibilities beyond the Courtrooms

A Divorce Lawyer Has Responsibilities Beyond The Courtroom

For some people who are about to embark on divorce proceedings, they may assume their lawyer is only crucial for court representation. In reality, the dissolution of marriage is a process that comprises numerous moving parts. Thus, your divorce lawyer will have additional responsibilities other than simply being your court representative.

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How To Negotiate a Fair Property Purchase Like An Experienced Property Lawyer

When the housing market is down and properties are plentiful, qualified buyers are clearly in the driver’s seat, but when things turn around, the balance of power shifts dramatically. If you are buying into a strong housing market, you will need to be a smart negotiator to do well, and that starts with shopping smart and determining a fair price for the property you want.

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Conveyancing Property Law July 6, 2017

THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – BUYERS PART 4 SETTLEMENT/ POST SETTLEMENT

SETTLEMENT / POST SETTLEMENT – BUYER INTRODUCTION There are essentially four stages that cover the breadth of the conveyancing process: Pre-Contractual; Conditional; Unconditional; and Settlement/Post Settlement . Each of these stages offers its own risks. SETTLEMENT/POST SETTLEMENT The importance of this stage, which covers the settlement process and the following period, is often overlooked and […]

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Conveyancing Property Law July 4, 2017

THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – BUYERS PART 3 UNCONDITIONAL

The importance of this stage, which occurs after all contractual conditions have been met but prior to settlement, cannot be understated as there is now a binding unconditional contract in place and failure to settle as provided in the contract will expose you to liability.

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Conveyancing Property Law June 25, 2017

THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – BUYERS PART 2 CONDITIONAL

As a matter of law, this is an example of a “condition precedent” as the condition must be met, unless its failure to be met is excused, before performance under a contract becomes due and before any contractual duty exists.

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Conveyancing Property Law June 21, 2017

THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – BUYERS PART 1 PRE-CONTRACTUAL

The importance of this stage, which occurs before the signing of contract, is often overlooked with inexperienced property buyers signing the “standard” Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) contract without reading the document fully.

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Conveyancing Property Law June 20, 2017

THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – SELLERS PART 4 SETTLEMENT & POST SETTLEMENT

Your solicitor will generally attend settlement on your behalf and will manage all aspects including the exchange of: settlement cheques; releases of security interests (Mortgages and Personal Property Security Register entries); and transfer documentation.

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THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – PART 3 SELLERS

Unconditional stage means there is now a binding unconditional contract in place and failure to settle as provided in the contract will expose you to liability.

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THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – Part 2 Sellers

The importance of the conditional stage (which occurs after the signing of the contract but before the contract becomes unconditional) cannot be overlooked as it is during this stage that the buyer under a contract can elect not to proceed with a purchase, usually without penalty, so long as they can demonstrate that a condition of the contract has not been met.

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THE FOUR STAGES OF A CONVEYANCING TRANSACTION – Part 1 Sellers

PRE-CONTRACTUAL  STAGE – SELLER INTRODUCTION There are essentially four stages that cover the conveyancing process: Pre-Contractual; Conditional; Unconditional; and Settlement/Post Settlement. Each of these stages offers its own risks. PRE-CONTRACTUAL STAGE The importance of this stage, which occurs before the signing of a contract, is often overlooked with clients signing the “standard” Real Estate Institute […]

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