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What to do/not to do in conveyancing

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring properties. We know that it can be stressful to deal with the legal aspects of transferring properties. To avoid the stress we can hire a conveyancer from any conveyancing farm to help us to deal with these. Conveyancers help us to get the wanted property within our rich by all means and always take care of our preferences and safety. But sometimes we can get trapped by some fraud conveyancer and in order to avoid that we can know some facts that we need to do and some we should not do while conveyancing.

First we need to investigate about the property whether it has any local authority problems or not. We need to check whether there are any police complaints or any case going on the property. If so then it is better not to proceed in such deals. Then we should find out the position of the property, where it is situated in, if it is wise to buy it or not, whether the roads are safe or not, the drainage system, the locality everything needs to be checked. Then we need to find if the area is pollution free or not specially in case of residential transfer. Then we need to find out whether the seller is original or not. Means if the property belongs to the seller or if it is sellable or not. If it is a government property then the deal is a big no. this checking is mandatory for both the buyers and the sellers. Then you should check the legal documents. And if you feel that you need to change some clauses then you must do it beforehand by yourself concerning with opposite party. The sellers take 5% to 10% advance. You surely check whether the transaction is safe or not. Then you must check if there is any tax issue and try not to default on it. These checkpoints are important whether you are a buyer or a seller.

There are some points which we should avoid to have a happy transfer. Firstly do not accept any clause that might go against you in time. One should never sign the deed without checking all the clauses, specially the clause which states the vacant possession. You should not delay while paying any loan or mortgage loan or any kind of monetary action. Do not accept any late payment because it might turn into never getting money. While hiring solicitors do not trust anyone just because your agent says so. Try to have some research on it. Because you might ende up in giving more commission for the service which is not up to mark.

These check points can help us conveyancing. But some people find it difficult to conveyance by own. In that case you can always hire someone who can do these for you. All you need to keep in mind is that whom are you hiring and for what. This will help you to choose the right person for the job. A conveyancer can be anyone having license to do it. It can be a solicitor or a law or management major person who has adequate knowledge about this. Just be careful while hiring someone. Check the background so that you don’t get deceived. Conveyancer can make your work lot more easy as it will be their job to follow the checkpoints and seal the deal. It will be the conveyancer who will do all the work from finding the right property to complete all the formalities and hand over your property to you. Having a conveyancer can be very helpful for both the buyers and the sellers.

Posted by on 17/11/2015 in Vacant possession

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