Conveyancing & Property
Conveyancing encompasses much more than just the sale and purchase of real estate. It includes all the legal work involved in all types of property transactions – from transfers of ownership to subdivisions and creation of easements and everything in between.
The team at Cameron Legal boast over 30 years experience in all types of conveyancing matters. We have the skill and knowledge to ensure that all of the intricacies of your matter are attended to efficiently and professionally.
Buying a property
Buying a property can be both an exciting and stressful experience. Whether it is your first home, an investment property, or a lifestyle change for retirement, the conveyancing staff at Cameron Legal can assist and advise on every aspect of your purchase.
Contract review and advice
Before you enter into a contract to buy a property it is essential that you have a legal professional review the contract for you. Everything that needs to be disclosed by the Vendor must be contained in the contract. Our solicitors can advise you and negotiate on your behalf to ensure that the contract is as favourable to you as possible.
Before bidding for a property at auction you should obtain legal advice on the contract. This is essential because if you are successful you are unconditionally bound by the contract from the time of signing. There is no cooling off period.
The conveyancing staff at Cameron Legal can assist in negotiating the contract for you prior to the auction to ensure you are buying a property on terms that are most preferential to you.
Selling a property
The staff at Cameron Legal have a wealth of experience in acting in all manner of property sales. Whether you wish to sell you family home or investment property, sub divide, sell off the plan, or enter into option agreements in relation to your land, the staff at Cameron Legal can assist in ensuring that your sale is completed as efficiently as possible.
Disputes between neighbours
Most of us hope to have a friendly or at least harmonious relationship with our neighbours. However, there are a plethora of issues that can lead to disputes. These can often arise from a failure to understand or appreciate your legal rights and responsibilities.
Two of the most common types of disputes between neighbours include disagreements over fences and trees.
Often these disputes can be effectively resolved without recourse to legal proceedings. The solicitors at Cameron Legal can assist in the swift resolution of these disputes by advising you of your legal rights and responsibilities. We will assess the factual basis of the situation and recommend the most appropriate course of action, which may include court proceedings.