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Legal Advice for 20202020-02-14T19:43:42+10:00
Can I Move on Settlement Day?2020-02-14T19:44:14+10:00

Settlement generally occurs between 2-4pm on the arranged date. The process can take as little as a few minutes. Following that, arrangements for key collection can be made. (more…)

What Happens on Settlement Day?2020-02-14T19:44:44+10:00

Settlement Day is the final step of the conveyancing process – the day you assume legal ownership of your home. (more…)

All About Building and Pest Inspections2020-02-14T19:45:25+10:00

A Building Inspection is an important check to complete when buying a property. The building inspection report is a written account of the property’s condition. It will include any significant building defects or problems such as rising damp, movement in the walls (cracking), safety hazards or a faulty roof.

A Pest inspection involves a full inspection of your home for any evidence of termite activity and/or evidence of dry rot damage, or moisture conditions that could lead to an atmosphere for wood destroying organisms or termites.

Both Inspections are detailed and rigorous. (more…)

What is PEXA?2020-02-14T19:46:16+10:00

PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) is Australia’s online property exchange network. It assists members – such as lawyers, conveyancers and financial institutions – to lodge documents  and complete financial settlements electronically.  In short, it’s a conveyancing process that’s fast, safe and efficient.   And that’s why we love working with PEXA  – at CMB Conveyancing, we like fast, safe and efficient settlements. 

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Why do you need a Will (now)?2020-02-14T19:55:46+10:00

More than half of Australian adults don’t have a will – they just haven’t gotten around to it yet.

You need to get around to it.  Sooner rather than later.

Wills are not just for the Michael Jacksons of the world. Regardless of the number of assets and personal belongings you have, a Will ensures that these items will be passed on to the beneficiaries that you nominate.  Aside from assets such as property and money in the bank, a Will can also look after the interests of your minor children and will outline who will be their legal guardian should you pass away before they are of legal age. (more…)

What is a Will?2020-02-14T19:47:27+10:00

 A Will is a legal document that outlines what you would like to happen to your assets and possessions when you pass away.