Conveyancing & Property Transactions

Service Description

Conveyancing and Property Transactions

Rural, urban, commercial and domestic conveyancing for Glen Innes and the New England Region. The firm's principal, Bill Liston, is an experienced conveyancer with many successful years of handling conveyancing transactions for purchasers, vendors and mortgagees.

For more than thirty years Bill has prepared contracts for the sale and purchase of urban and rural land, advised prospective purchasers and vendors on the legal issues involved in property transactions and used his considerable experience and knowledge of the New England area to arrive at a satisfactory result for his clients.

The Process

Purchasing or selling a property is one of the most important transactions you undertake in life. Liston Legal ensures your purchase or sale is completed competently and efficiently.

  • Purchasing or selling a property is one of the most important transactions you undertake in life. Liston Legal ensures your purchase or sale is completed competently and efficiently.

  • The firm regularly acts for lessors and lessees of land.

  • Property transactions often involve preparing lease and license agreements relating to water and mining interests.

  • These transactions often require advice on the appropriate legal structures and taxation issues.

  • Drafting partnership agreements and other commercial agreements are part of Bill's professional experience and expertise.

Legal Team

Bill Liston

Principal

Debbie Burton

Support Staff

Frequently Asked
Questions

Will I need to go into the Conveyancers office to sign all relevant documentation?

No, it isn’t necessary for your Conveyancer to see you in person unless you would like to. We will correspond by email, telephone or post.

Will I be able to speak to my Conveyancer whenever I need to?

No, it isn’t necessary for your Conveyancer to see you in person unless you would like to. We will correspond by email, telephone or post.

How long does a normal conveyancing transaction take?

No, it isn’t necessary for your Conveyancer to see you in person unless you would like to. We will correspond by email, telephone or post.

Why are your fees so much cheaper than my local solicitor?

No, it isn’t necessary for your Conveyancer to see you in person unless you would like to. We will correspond by email, telephone or post.

Is it a No Move No Fee service and what does that cover?

No, it isn’t necessary for your Conveyancer to see you in person unless you would like to. We will correspond by email, telephone or post.

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