Why should I use a Solicitor?Buying or selling property is usually one of the biggest financial transactions of your life. The transaction is governed by a great deal of rules, regulations, and legislation. The consequences of making a mistake can be both costly and heartbreaking. In Queensland only qualified legal firms are entitled to charge for undertaking a conveyance. You can undertake the conveyance yourself or by means of an “assisted kit” Just remember though that you will be the one carrying the burden if something goes wrong. Conveyancing Queensland has an in-depth understanding of all the law concerning property transactions. We are required by law to carry professional indemnity and fidelity insurance.
What are Search Fees?We carry out a comprehensive list of property checks and searches, which are charged to you without markup ensuring you are only paying for what you get. The list of these fees will be provided to you when you begin your conveyance and vary from property to property.
What is a Power of Attorney?The granting of a Power of Attorney gives to the recipient the power to do all actions and things and to bind third parties just as if the original grantor of the Power of Attorney had entered into the Contract themselves. There are many different forms of Powers of Attorney However they fall into five main categories:
- Limited Power of Attorney (granted to allow limited transaction)
- Normal Power of Attorney (full transactional powers over the Grantor’s property/assets)
- Financial ( dealing only with financial matters)
- Health (dealing with health treatment and related issues)
- Enduring Power of Attorney (granted to act on behalf of incapacitated Grantor)