There are a myriad of circumstances that can give risk to property transactions that are outside of the usual conveyancing process. Such as:
- Related party transfers
Transfers between persons related and or associated with each other.
- Legal personal representative transfer
Transfers from a deceased person to the executor of the estate to allow for sale or distribution in accordance with a Will.
- Trust structures and ownership
For good reason, property can be owned by individuals or in the name of other legal structures, such as trusts, companies, incorporated associations, or charities.
- Changing the nature of ownership
Getting the ownership of property right is important for taxation, inheritance and minimising exposure to the risk of being sued.
JK Lawyers are familiar with these different types of property transactions. We have the expertise to explain the different options, advise you of the implications, and help you to make the best decision for your circumstances.
Contact us today to discuss how we can assist you with your specific property transaction.