If you are buying, selling, refinancing or transferring your Tasmanian property, Cormiston Legal will happily provide a personalised quote for you - visit http://www.cormistonlegal.com.au/conveyancing_quote and complete our simple online form.
Once we have the information in relation to your transaction we will provide you with a quote setting out the full details and costs in relation to our professional costs, search fees and government charges (such as stamp duty and registration fees where applicable).
Cormiston Legal is a Tasmanian Law Firm servicing the residential conveyancing market in Tasmania. No matter where your Tasmanian property is located, we can assist with your conveyancing.
Our conveyancing team has a wealth of experience in conveyancing in Tasmania and property matters in general.
In addition to preparing contracts and attending to the transfer of property, we can also help you with all aspects of your conveyancing transaction such as attending to all relevant searches, dealing with banks and solicitors to complete your sale or purchase, attending to stamping and registration of documents at the Land Titles Office.
We also provide expert advice in relation to:
(a) wills and estates;
(b) buying and selling commercial property;
(c) buying and selling businesses;
(d) drafting and reviewing leases on behalf of Landlords and Tenants; and
(e) Contract drafting, reviewing and negotiation.
For more information about how we might be able to assist you, please call us on 03 6332 9353 or use our contact us form - http://www.cormistonlegal.com.au/contact
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