Do you need help with a company or strata title?
Are you buying or selling a property?
Do you need assistance with a commercial lease?
Are you thinking about buying an “off the plan” property?
Are you wanting to transfer a property to a family member or spouse?
Are you a builder or developer looking for legal advice?
Wyatts provides a full suite of conveyancing services for individuals and businesses. From buying or selling, to assisting developers, we are here to help complete your project with ease.
Seemingly simple property purchases can often be stressful, and sometimes unexpected complications can occur. That is why our property conveyancing lawyers are committed to ensuring that your transaction takes place smoothly. Our goal is to make the process as easy for you as possible, while ensuring that your legal rights are upheld, and your interests are protected.
Importantly, Wyatts lawyers have the experience and dedication to assist you with complex property law matters, including property transfers, commercial and retail leases, “off the plan” purchases, and buying into a retirement village.
Wyatts clear your path so that you can move forward with ease
Our highly-qualified and dedicated team has more than 150 years of combined experience – so you know that you will have the best people by your side. At Wyatts, our commitment is to offer every client a comprehensive, personalised and attentive service. You will always be more than a “case number”.
If you are looking for a conveyancing lawyer to provide you with a comprehensive and personalised service, please call Wyatts today on 1800 773 880 or contact us using our online form.
Protect your interests and progress with confidence
Buying a Property is both exciting and daunting. Working with a committed conveyancing lawyer can make the process much easier, and you can be rest assured that your interests are protected. Wyatts will:
First Home Buyers: The NSW Government offers a First Home Buyers grant to help eligible first home owners purchase a new house or build their own home – for occupation or investment. Wyatts can determine your eligibility, and can provide you with legal advice throughout the grant application and home buying process.
Buying into a Retirement Village: Wyatts can do the legal “leg work” required to determine the reputation of the retirement village or aged-care operator. Our lawyers can ensure that all information and legal documentation has been provided, so that you can make an informed decision. They can also review the contract, and provide information and advice about ongoing fees and charges, regulations and departure fees. Wyatts can also assist you if you find yourself in a dispute with the retirement village or aged-care facility.
Buying “Off the Plan”: There are a number of risks associated with buying a property off the plan. However, with the right legal advice, you can be assured that you will have all the information you need to make an informed decision. Our conveyancing lawyers will review the contract of sale, and discuss any by-laws or rules associated with living in the development. We will offer legal advice if the development is not completed, or if the developer makes any unauthorised or unlawful changes to the building. Importantly, we will ensure that you understand your rights and responsibilities, not only with reference to the purchase of the property, but also with any ongoing management contracts or strata by-laws. In the instance that a dispute arises with the developer, Wyatts will represent you in mediation, or in a tribunal hearing or court proceeding.
Selling a property can be stressful, even when you are looking towards a brighter horizon. Wyatts conveyancing lawyers can:
Wyatts team of lawyers offer legal advice for property developers, landlords, investors, and corporate bodies – from small-scale through to multi-stage developments.
With expertise, professionalism and commitment, we can:
Strata Titles: A range of property types can exist under strata plans, including residential properties, commercial and retail premises, serviced apartments, retirement villages, and caravan parks. While a strata title allows an individual to own part of a property (e.g. apartment or townhouse), shared ownership of common property (e.g. driveways, gardens, lobbies, hallways) is governed by a legal entity referred to as an owners’ corporation, body corporate, or strata company.
If you are purchasing a strata titled property, then it is important that you understand the strata by-laws, and that you are certain as to your rights and responsibilities as a member of a strata scheme. Wyatts can help you understand your strata arrangements by providing legal advice concerning strata by-laws and building management agreements. We also offer legal assistance, such as mediation, if a strata title dispute arises.
Company Titles: Prior to 1961, the most common way of managing the ownership of common property was via a “company title”. This title required the formation of a company that held legal ownership of the building, including private residential units. Residents obtained their right to live in the building by purchasing shares in the company, and these shares entitled them to exclusive use of their unit/apartment, and to access common property.
If you are selling a property that exists under a company title, Wyatts can prepare a Deed of Sale of shares in the company title. Our lawyers can also advise and act on the purchase of a company title property.
An attentive and professional conveyancing service is required if you are transferring a property to a family member, spouse, or estate beneficiary. A part of a family law matter, we can also assist if a property is being transferred as part of settlement following a divorce or separation.
Wyatts offer the following:
There are a number of reasons why homeowners choose to refinance a property. It may be to take advantage of lower interest rates, consolidate debt, or reduce repayments. Wyatts conveyancing lawyers can:
Wyatts offer a suite of commercial and business conveyancing services, alongside other commercial law services. As our lawyers have a breadth of expertise, we can tailor a range of commercial, workplace and conveyancing services to support your business.
Commercial and Retail Leases & Commercial Conveyancing:
Buying and Selling a Business:
Residential and commercial conveyancing can be complex and it is vital that you have high-quality legal advice. Our specialised team of lawyers have the knowledge and expertise to assist you in buying or selling a property, or in developing a site. Our lawyers also have the determination and skill to represent you during mediation or litigation in a tribunal or court. Our resolve is to secure your future by obtaining the best possible outcome.