Property & Conveyancing

Conveyancing – Selling a Property

The Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 provides that a real estate agent must not list a residential property for sale unless the Contract for Sale prepared in accordance with the Conveyancing Act 1919 has been prepared and with the agent. For a vendor this means they need to engage a lawyer who will act quickly to prepare the Contract for Sale, and with the required expertise to ensure the Contract complies with the provisions of the Conveyancing Act.

If you are listing your property for sale then get in touch with one of our property lawyers by contacting your nearest Prime Lawyers office. If you would like to obtain a no obligation quote visit our conveyancing website here to get a quote now.

We have property and conveyancing lawyers located at Sydney, ParramattaSutherland and Wollongong.    

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