Transfers of land commonly occur outside the standard buying and selling arrangement. This may occur when a joint owner of land wishes to sell their share in the property to another person, or in circumstances where a joint owner dies, requiring their share in the property to be transferred to the executor of their estate (in the case of tenants in common) or the remaining owner(s) (in the case of joint tenants).
SWS Lawyers acts on a range of matters requiring land to be transferred outside of the normal contracts for sale. We draw on years of experience with electronic conveyancing to ensure transfers are processed seamlessly and efficiently. We ensure clients are kept frequently updated regarding the status of such transfers to ensure transparency and understanding of the process.
Their approach is always professional and delivered at a standard comparable to a capital city law firm. It is the clear strategic direction that has always impressed me about the SWS team.
We believe their ability to combine first rate legal expertise, commercial judgement and strong negotiating skills is rare amongst lawyers and provides us with a real competitive advantage in corporate transactions. We use SWS because of their ability, not their post code.
The combination of rare legal expertise, commercial judgement and strong negotiating skills is rare amongst lawyers and provides us with a real competitive advantage in corporate transactions.
SWS has assisted with advice on securing and exercising complex property and commercial contractual rights and assisting with protracted contractual management and implementation. We value legal experts who can offer pragmatic and commercial legal solutions for our complicated matters. SWS Lawyers has consistently met these criteria.
The team at SWS Lawyers have already showcased their professionalism, commitment, positive can-do attitude and insight into our needs and have a clear understanding of the disability sector.