Selling your property
Like buying property, selling it can be equally stressful. Especially if it is your own house, chances are you will be busy tidying it up, doing minor repairs and generally keeping it clean for those all-important home inspections. (Afterall, first do impressions count.) In such times, having to turn your mind to conveyancing requirements is an additional burden you simply don’t need.
Buying a property
Buying a property will probably be the most important and expensive purchase you will ever make. At Tranter Lawyers, we will ensure that throughout this often confusing and complicated process you are kept fully informed, and that you get what you contracted to buy.
Wills and Estates – The benefits of using a lawyer
Lawyers undergo a lengthy period of training to understand and interpret the law. Due to their training in many fields of the law, lawyers are able to advise on all aspects of a matter. Once admitted to practise, all lawyers must hold a current annual practising certificate and are subject to regulation by the NSW Law Society.
A Risky Business – Negotiating a sale of business agreement
Buying or selling a business can be the culmination of dreams of financial independence or lifestyle change. In this situation it can be easy to make emotional, rather than reasoned decisions. Leaving things to chance, or not being fully aware of the legal issues involved in a transaction of this kind can lead to these dreams quickly turning into financial and legal nightmares. In sale of business agreements knowledge is paramount, it is important that you go into an agreement armed with knowledge of the legal and financial issues involved. This article will set out some of the preliminary questions and issues you should be aware of when contemplating the risky venture of buying or selling a business.
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