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Recent Conveyancing Cases

We go to the end of the earth for you

One week prior to the deadline, Melina noticed that the discharging mortgagee hadn’t yet accepted the settlement date and time in PEXA. She phoned the bank and sent them a conversation in the PEXA workspace. They were extremely unhelpful and unresponsive. Read more

Racing Against Time: Melina saves the day!

Melina’s client was acquiring 100% of a property he owned with his ex-partner, pursuant to terms set out in sealed court orders. The court orders provided for a certain date that the transfer into Melina’s clients sole name must be completed by or else the property would have to be sold. Read more

Team work makes the dream work

Melina’s client was winding up a company. As part of that process, they were transferring properties held by that entity to another. The client’s accountant made a successful application to Revenue NSW to have the transfers deemed exempt from duty. Read more

Client locked into building and land contract has significant financial circumstances change

Christine’s clients purchased unregistered land and simultaneously entered into a building contract to build on the land in July 2021, paying substantial deposits for both the land contract and the building contract. At this time they had obtained a loan preapproval for both the land and building Contracts. Read more

Senior Licensed Conveyancer saved Multimillion-dollar sale

Melina’s client sold a multimillion-dollar property at auction. The Purchasers inadvertently noted the incorrect purchasing entity on the Contract and as a result were unable to secure the finance to complete. Read more

Clients escape land repossession by developer for non compliance with strict deadline due to illness

Christine assisted her clients to purchase a vacant block of land from a developer. There was a condition in the Contract that the purchaser must have substantially commenced construction of a home on the land within twelve (12) months of settlement/completion. Read more