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What Does the Conveyancing Process Involve? more »

Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another. You cannot legally obtain a property without going through the conveyancing process first. The process involves all the legal and administrative duties associated with transferring property ownership, and starts after you have had an offer accepted (or accepted an offer) on a property. It ends when the final contracts have been signed and the purchase has been completed.

Written by Ansar Hussain on Thursday 12 March 2015

 

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