Conveyancing / Property Law

You may ask what Property Conveyancing is – Property Conveyancing is the act of transferring residential property ownership or commercial property from one party to another. Our Property Conveyancing services include:

1.Residential Property Conveyancing

Buying or selling a residential property can be an exciting and nerve-wracking time. As professional solicitors, we handle the negotiations, settlement and title transfer of property conveyancing. We assist our clients to meet all their legal obligations during the transaction process to make it as smooth as possible.

How we will help:

  • Any pre-purchase or sale negotiations required;
  • All discussions and correspondence with your real estate agent;
  • All discussions and correspondence with solicitors acting on the other side including advising on status of conditions in the agreement;
  • Receiving loan documentation and reviewing and advising you;
  • Providing loan documentation to the bank and providing solicitor’s undertakings in order to satisfy the bank that they can advance the money;
  • Setting up the transaction for the sale and purchase at Land Information New Zealand;
  • Preparation of notices of sale (in the case of a purchase);
  • Preparation of the settlement statement (in the case of a sale);
  • Preparation of financial reporting statement to you setting out the financial side of the transaction;
  • In the case of a purchase, providing you with evidence of ownership;
  • We also carry out services relating to refinancing of your existing mortgage.

If you have any questions about the laws and processes around residential property conveyancing in the Auckland, Pukekohe or Waiuku feel free to get in touch and ask a lawyer at Crosby Law.

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2. Commercial Property Conveyancing

Buying or selling a commercial property can be a big financial investment. We assist our clients to meet all their legal obligations during the transaction process to make it as smooth as possible.

How we will help:

  • Any pre-purchase or sale negotiations required;
  • All discussions and correspondence with your real estate agent;
  • All discussions and correspondence with solicitors acting on the other side including advising on status of conditions in the agreement;
  • Due diligences of existing tenant leases;
  • Receiving loan documentation and reviewing and advising you;
  • Providing loan documentation to the bank and providing solicitor’s undertakings in order to satisfy the bank that they can advance the money;
  • Setting up the transaction for the sale and purchase at Land Information New Zealand;
  • Preparation of notices of sale (in the case of a purchase);
  • Preparation of the settlement statement (in the case of a sale);
  • Preparation of financial reporting statement to you setting out the financial side of the transaction;
  • In the case of a purchase, providing you with evidence of ownership;

If you have any questions about the laws and processes around commercial property conveyancing in the Auckland, Pukekohe or Waiuku feel free to get in touch and ask a lawyer at Crosby Law.

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