Imperial Conveyancing Business

Why Choose Us


Imperial Conveyancing Business
  • Imperial Conveyancing Business is registered with the Office of Fair Trading & Licensed under the Conveyancers Licensing Act 1995 since 2006.
  • We are Certified Practising Conveyancers and Full Member of Australian Institute of Conveyancers (AIC), NSW Division from 7 years.
  • We are fully covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance.
  • Our staff is thoroughly trained through continue education program from AIC, NSW to ensure that we are on par with the Conveyancing knowledge and regular updates.
  • Flexible time for appointments that suit our clients including after hour, weekends and public holidays.
  • Know Exact Cost Upfront, No Gimmicks or sundries.

What is Conveyancing?

Imperial Conveyancing Business

This is the technical legal term for buying or selling a house. The meaning of convey refers to the movement of the title to the property form one person or legal entity to another. For many people the purchase of a family home will be the largest transaction which they ever conduct on a personal level and there needs to be great care taken to ensure that all of the elements of a contract are in order and you need a professional to examine a contract to ensure that there are not any terms of the contract which are seriously prejudicial to your interests.

A conveyancing service should provide the basic service of assisting you to purchase your house. This involves a lot of steps and can be very complicated depending on the type of property which you are buying, whether it is strata title or not and if you are buying it as a home or an investment property. You may have to consider any number of issues in relation to stamp duty, strata reports, building reports, the reports which detail council rates and water rates and the payment of strata levies, land tax and you need to look at the environmental impact study related reports as well. One of the most important aspects of a conveyance is the advice and negotiation in relation to the contract for the sale of the land. When you look at a contract there can be some terms of it which are problematic for you or perhaps the bank that is financing you to purchase the property and these terms may need to be renegotiated before it is actually safe to sign the contract for you and not get trapped into something which you did not anticipate.