General – The Law


Conveyancing Solicitor Sydney - House, Property Lawyer & Real Estate Law

Conveyancing law involves the transfer of the legal title of a property. As a result, it is essential that a buyer ensures that the seller of the house has the right to sell it. The conveyancing system is designed to ensure that the buyer secures title to the property together with all the associated rights that go with that real estate. The buyer should become aware of all fees, costs, and laws, and is notified of any restrictions in advance of purchase of the property.

A conveyancing transaction contains two major steps, which are the exchange of contracts (when equitable title passes) and completion (when legal title passes). Conveyancing in Sydney is generally completed by solicitors because of the varying NSW state and NSW council law and processes.

Hazan Hollander Lawyers and Solicitors generally complete a conveyance within four to six weeks. Our costs and fees are reasonable and include the costs of searches, legal advice and other issues that may arise.

Solicitor Conveyancing generally involves the following:

  • Arranging the payment of all fees, costs and charges
  • Checking for encumbrances & restrictions on the property or house
  • Ensuring any unusual conditions mentioned in the contract are met
  • Ensuring that rates and water consumption charges are paid
  • Legal title searches
  • Preparing legal documentation

Searches take up much of the conveyance.

A conveyancing search may include:

  • Company searches
  • Contaminated land search
  • Council property search
  • Full Council Inspection of Records search
  • Land tax search
  • Main roads search
  • Titles search & checking of the title

As part of its property law services, Hazan Hollander also arranges commercial lease agreements, contracts, and the generation of leasing forms

The commercial leasing of business property has significant financial advantages as it is less expensive than purchasing. Capital assets may also fluctuate in value, so leasing moves that risk to the lessor.

At the same time, leasing can also have significant commercial advantages. It provides greater flexibility to a business which expects to develop in the relatively short term, as a lessee is not usually obliged to renew a lease at the end of the commercial property lease.

At Hazan Hollander lawyers and solicitors we know from experience that the commercial lease or agreement contract is crucial to both parties for a positive leasing outcome in the longer term. Our aim when preparing a commercial lease is therefore to draft a document that that is clear and understandable, and balanced in meeting the needs of both the lessor and the lessee.

If circumstances change and a business must change its operations significantly, it can be expensive and difficult to terminate a lease agreement before the end of the contract term.

Hazan Hollander has many years of experience in negotiating, amending and generally providing assistance in all matters related to commercial lease agreements. Phone Hazan Hollander Lawyers, Sydney today if you need a commercial lease contract document drawn up or re-negotiated for a no obligation chat about your lease arrangements.