When do I need a 

Conveyancing is the legal process required to transfer the ownership of property. The process includes statutory checks and searches that ensure the buyer takes ownership without unexpected encumbrances due to the seller not legally owning the land.


The conveyancer also takes care of the preparation, execution, verification and lodgement of all the relevant legal documents associated with conveyancing. A conveyancer can act for the buyer, the seller or both parties.


You will require the services of a conveyancer when you

  • buy or sell a property

  • subdivide land

  • update a title (i.e. registering a death)

  • register, change or remove an easement.

 What does a conveyancer do for me?  


Undertaking a conveyancer (attending to the transfer of a property) may seem a simple process that takes little time. Nothing is further from the truth!

Conveyancing is a complex series of tasks that require knowledge and skill - which is the reason that conveyancers must hold special qualifications and be licensed.

Please click here to access a list of tasks we typically do for the purchaser.


Please click here to access a list of tasks we typically do for the vendor.

Signing a Contract

Are you licensed

and registered?   


Yes, we are a registered member of The Australian Institute of Conveyancers.


Using a member conveyancer is your best guarantee of ethical conduct, expert advice and professional service. 


Members are fully qualified, legally registered and carry professional indemnity insurance to protect you, the consumer.

 How much does a   conveyancer cost? 
Each transaction is unique, so we provide an upfront quote based on your individual circumstances.