To add to this minefield, conveyancing in Queensland is notably conducted on the basis that time is of the essence. As a result, there are serious consequences if buyers or sellers fail to comply with their obligations and the strict time limits for doing so, which arise at various stages of the process. Such obligations can be particularly numerous with respect to some commercial property transactions.
Consequences for failing to meet an obligation when required may include termination of the contract, forfeiting a deposit or even claims for damages. For this reason, it is essential that parties to conveyances are guided through the process by a firm which understands and can effectively manage the inquiries, obligations, and consequences involved.
At Forge Legal, our Property and Conveyance division has 25 years of experience in representing a broad client base consisting of both private and business-based conveyancing matters. This has given us the know-how to guide you through this minefield — including any unexpected eventualities — from the signing of the contract right through to settlement. Our office location is convenient for servicing all Brisbane based commercial conveyancing, in particular areas of Bardon, Auchenflower, Red Hill, Rosalie, Milton, Kelvin Grove, Newmarket and the Brisbane CBD.
As part of our commitment to guiding you through the entirety of the commercial conveyancing process, we are able to provide separate pre-contractual advice on draft contracts or even to draw up a contract which is tailored to the particular transaction and which gives effect to your interests.