Impex Lawyers & Advisors

Property Lawyers in Melbourne

Whether you are buying or selling a home, unit, vacant block, strata title, industrial property, commercial real estate or rural property; we can help you get all the assistance you need through Melbourne Real estate Lawyers.

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Why Choose IMPEX Lawyers ? PEXA !


Members engaged with the network; Lawyers, Conveyancers and Financial Institutions.

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$ Billion

Worth of property value has been successfully transacted electronically via PEXA.

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Property transactions completed by members of the e-Conveyancing network.

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Conveyancing is the legal process in which property is transfer from one person to another. During this process, conveyancing solicitor or licensed conveyancer acts on behalf of the buyer to ensure the client receives the title deed to the property and the land is sits on.

A lawyer is a person who is trained to advise clients on their obligations and legal rights in a variety of circumstances, including the buying and selling of the real estate and the conveyancing process. Impex being a group of full-service lawyers are also well acquainted to be known as some of the best conveyancing lawyers in preston, Melbourne. 

A conveyancer is a person who is licensed to assist sellers and buyers of real estate through the conveyancing process. The only problem is that, conveyancer cannot advise on areas of law that are beyond “conveyancing work” as defined in the Conveyancers  Act 2006.

Legal documents required to sell a house are The original sales contract for your house, with the purchase price, Documents related to title and ownership of your home, including a certificates of compliance with building and zoning codes, certificate of occupancy, property survey, Mortgage and Financing documents.

A caveat is a warning or formal notice lodged against the title of a property, which stops any person, including the registered proprietor (owner), from dealing with the property. In Western Australia, caveats are governed by the Transfer of Land Act 1893 (WA).

Yes, you can sell the property if its lodge with a caveat. You should always lodge a caveat on the property because “A sale of property with a caveat on the title will prevent the purchaser from registering a transfer of ownership.” Due to this, your ex-partner cannot use the property as a form of security to borrow more money.

Electronic conveyancing (eConveyancing) is a more accurate, efficient, and secure way of conducting the settlement and lodgment stages of a conveyancing transaction. Due to this, many of the processes like paperwork and manual process traditionally involved in property transactions will stop, and it will save a lot of time. Not every real estate lawyer in richmond hill sues electronic conveyancing. 

‘PEXA’ stands for Property Exchange Australia, and it is the electronic conveyancing system used by conveyancers. PEXA is the only Electronic Lodgment Network (ELN) provided by the Electronic Lodgment Network Operators (ELNOs). ELN is the digital platform for electronic settlement of real property transactions, including payment of settlement monies, duties, taxes, and any other disbursements and electronic lodgment of dealings to the appropriate Land Registry.

Section 32 is a document that contains all the information about the property that is required by law that the seller must provide to the buyer. During the process, the vendor has to provide certain information to the purchaser before a contract of sale is signed.


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