What Are The Duties Of A Conveyancer In South Africa?

The role of a conveyancing attorney is to protect the client against any possible claims in connection with the ownership of property. A conveyancing attorney has a duty to ensure that the ownership of the property is legal and valid and to ensure that there are no third-party claims against the property. Conveyancing attorneys are experts in real estate law who have a duty to inform their clients about everything they need to know before entering into an agreement.

Benefits Of Entrusting A Conveyancing Attorney With Your Transfer Of Property.

1. Avoid potential claims in connection with the ownership of property.

Conveyancing attorneys are able to assist with the transfer of ownership of property. Any other legal issues that might arise in connection to the transfer of ownership of the property will also be dealt with effectively. Protecting a client from potential claims made against them by third parties all form part and parcel of the conveyancing process.

2. Ensure that the ownership of the property is legal and valid.

Conveyancing attorneys are experts in real estate law who have a duty to protect their clients’ interests. They must examine all the documentation and make sure that all is in order before the transaction can be completed.

A conveyancer’s job will involve:

  • Conducting searches for any third party claims;
  • Conducting searches for outstanding mortgages on properties;
  • Ensuring that there are no defects with title deeds or contracts;
  • Ensuring that there are no outstanding legal matters relating to the property;
  • Helping clients understand and prepare for any issues that may arise during the conveyancing process;
  • Handle title disputes, which could arise when two parties claim ownership of an asset or piece of property.

3.  Ensure that your rights and interests are protected in accordance with the law.

Conveyancing attorneys, has a duty to inform their client about everything they need to know before entering into an agreement. They must ensure that the parties involved are aware of the terms and conditions of the agreement. The conveyancing attorney should also make sure that they have a proper understanding of their client’s expectations before drafting an agreement. It is their job to make sure that the rights of both parties are protected and that they do not enter into any agreements they might later regret. The conveyancing attorney must also make sure that all necessary documentation is in order before the transaction can be completed.

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The conveyancing attorney’s role is not just to draw up the contract, but also to ensure that it is legally binding and enforceable. PM Attorneys’ conveyancing attorneys and property law firm boasts years of extensive experience in all property related matters and employs a formidable conveyancing team that will assist you every step of the way, whist protecting your interests.

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