Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring rights in immovable property from one person to another. These rights are transferred with registration at the Deeds Registry Office, and the conveyancer is the person responsible for doing this. The conveyancer appears before the Registrar of Deeds, or his delegated official, and presents the deeds for registration. This is the end of the long and complex process of conveyancing.
Conveyancers Navigate Property Law So You Don’t Have To
Conveyancers must be skilled in all facets of law, including family law, wills and estates, company law, contract law, commercial transactions law, and insolvency law. Conveyancing also requires excellent time management, decision-making, and the ability to work under immense pressure. With a single transfer, Conveyancers are often involved in more than 50 different processes and deal with dozens of different parties. There are sellers, buyers, banks, estate agents, municipalities, revenue services, homeowners’ associations, body corporates, tenants, and many other third parties involved in the process, and that require management by the conveyancer. Any mistake can delay the conveyancing process, and with conveyancing, time is money.
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Your conveyancer is the person who will be doing the most work during your property transaction, so you will want to make sure that you have the best person for the job. Our team not only has years of experience doing this intricate and complicated work, but we have one of the most trusted teams of conveyancers in Cape Town.
Vanderspuy Cape Town can help you navigate the complex world of property law and conveyancing. Get in touch with us!