hunter legal mobile conveyancing service

mobile conveyancing

How does Mobile Conveyancing Work? At Hunter Legal & Conveyancing we understand that attending an office isn’t always convenient whilst juggling work, family and other commitments. Which is why we offer a fixed fee mobile service for your convenience. When you call us, you will speak directly with your Conveyancer from the start who will […]

Cooling-Off Period Fact Sheet

Cooling-Off Period Fact Sheet

In those first few days when buying or selling a property, you hear a lot of reference to the cooling-off period. But what exactly is a cooling-off period? What is the cooling off period and what are my rights? A cooling off period gives the purchaser the option to secure the property whilst still enabling […]

What to expect on settlement day!

settlement day

Buying a new home or property can be one of the most exciting events of your life. In an ideal world, it would be as easy as simply finding the money, paying the owner and receiving the title of the property. Unfortunately, however, there are all sorts of pitfalls and possible traps that can appear […]

Joint tenants vs tenants in common

joint tenants vs tenants in common

People commonly purchase property together. This is a big step, so it is important to consider the division of ownership. That’s why we have this question of joint tenants vs tenants in common? At first glance, these terms sound similar. However, they have different legal and financial effects on the rights of the registered proprietor […]

Hunter Legal & Conveyancing’s Guide to Title Insurance – get covered today!

deposit bond | title insurance | strata or community title

When purchasing a property we highly recommend that you take out a Title Insurance policy. Under this policy,purchasers are covered for actual loss caused by a broad range of risks such as: Unapproved Building Work Registration Gap Fraud, Forgery and Identity theft Boundary & Survey Issues Planning and Title Defects Outstanding rates, taxes, and levies […]

Beginner’s Guide To Conveyancing. What Is Conveyancing?

what is conveyancing

what is conveyancing? Whenever you think about conveyancing you got a question is that what is Conveyancing? Conveyancing is a legal service that supports the transfer of properties. A Conveyancer assists with this process, primarily through composing or reviewing documents such as Contract for the Sale and purchase of land. During a typical scenario, both […]

How E-Conveyancing Effects Australians

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The Property Exchange of Australia (PEXA) hosts an online software platform designed to support the Conveyancing process in Australia. The software provides a digital workspace for conveyancers, Solicitors, banks and land registries that are involved in a Conveyancing campaign. The mandate date in NSW to transition to e-Conveyancing is the 1st of July, 2019. From […]

How to attend an auction on your terms

attend an auction

This article will be helpful for those who are attending an auction for the first time to buy on their terms. We’ve mentioned many times on our Conveyancing pages that a house must have a contract of sale before it can be publicly listed for sale. If you’re interested in a property that is going to be […]