Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law – The Deeding Process

The law of deeds has its roots in the ancient rite of livery of seisin. That ceremony served as the forerunner to the modern deeding process at a time when very few persons could write. This method of transferring ownership required that the buyer and seller gather a group of local residents on the property […]

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Conveyancing Horror Stories

As it’s Halloween this weekend, we decided to get in the ‘spirit’ of things and bring you some real life horror stories from the world of conveyancing. Beware: The following contains content of a horrifying nature! Mr & Mrs Smith had never moved house before, so their knowledge of the conveyancing process wasn’t that great. […]

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Real Estate Law

Few Facts To Consider When Appointing Online Conveyancing Solicitors

You are planning to sell or purchase a property in the United Kingdom? Well, you are not the only person who wants to purchase or sell a property in the United Kingdom. There are several others like you who want to sell and purchase property in this country. Selling or purchasing a property in the […]

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Real Estate Law

What You Should Know About Property Conveyancing

The term Conveyancing refers to all the legal and administrative work associated with transferring the ownership of property from one owner to another. A conveyance is legal document, also known as a deed that conveys the transfer of property from the seller to the buyer. Property conveyancing is usually carried out by a solicitor or […]

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Real Estate Law

Do I Need a Property Lawyer?

If you are planning to buy or sell a house in Tauranga, or land for that matter, then you will need a property lawyer in Tauranga. There are many legal issues that can crop up during the real estate buying and/or selling process and taking legal advice right from the outset can save you both […]

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Real Estate Law – Mortgages

Mortgages are the most common instrument for financing the acquisition of real estate. Generally the buyer or mortgager will give a mortgage to a lender, such as a bank and savings and loan. The mortgage gives the lender the legal right to file suit in court to foreclose the buyer’s ownership rights in the property […]

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Buying a New Home: Choosing Between A House Buying Solicitor Or Conveyance Company

If you want to buy a house, there are options available for transferring of property title to your name which is also called as conveyancing. The suitable conveyancing specialist will make your house-buying experience efficient. You have an option to hire either a solicitor or a conveyancer to transfer ownership of your new property. Along […]

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Real Estate Law

Drawing Up Owner Financing Contract

Owner Financing Contract is being popularly used by many sellers and buyers of the property, today. It offers great advantages for both the parties and this is the main reason for its high popularity. This allows owners to enjoy monthly income and to sell their homes faster. On the other hand, buyers are benefited by […]

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Extending a Lease Without Anger or Tension

You’re worried by the thought of your leasehold extension aren’t you? In particular, you’re stressed about the number of meetings, forms to fill in and the amount of bureaucracy that is going to be involved. Life is busy enough; extending the lease on the apartment will be another hurdle to get through. It’s all beginning […]

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Common Issues In Rental Property Management: Tenant Application And Screening

I recently walked out of court with a client after a trial. Although we had won, my client was shaking his head in self-blame, interrogating himself about why he had ever rented to this tenant. Although my client’s ordeal was largely over-we had obtained judgment against the tenant for possession and $8,000.00 in rent, costs, […]

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