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Need To Be Sure About Your Contract?

Get A Pre-Purchase Contract Review

Play it safe and have your documents checked by a Conveyancing Lawyer, before going to auction or committing to a legally binding purchase. Send us your contract to get:
  • A thorough written review by a Conveyancing Lawyer;
  • Uncover red flags before they become costly mistakes;
  • Rebalance the contract in your favour with our experience;
  • Information to help decide if the property is right for you.
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The Contract Is BINDING The Moment You Sign

In Queensland, the mantra when buying property is BUYER BEWARE.

Apart from minimal legal disclosure requirements, the Seller has no obligation

to disclose legal details about the property. The responsibility of

due diligence falls entirely on the Buyer. And this is why we insist on you get a review.


Reviews allow us to provide legal advice that is:


Our reviews are procedural and systemized. We audit the contract against our “best practice checklist”. This allows us to find risks before they become costly mistakes.


We comment on and explain risks discovered. No questions should be left unanswered. We also include suggestions to rebalance the contract in your favour in written correspondence to you.


The review will help you decide if the property is right for you. We also include suggested amendments and special conditions. The specific wording is drafted for your convenience and protection.

At Think Conveyancing We NeverCompromise On Quality.

Our reviews are backed by our professional indemnity insurance.

You’ll enjoy the demonstrated experience of a Conveyancing Lawyer

who has done hundreds of contract reviews in his or her career.

What Happens When You Get A Review?

We suggest you take these actions to get the best outcome.

Situation Investigation

Read the Contract of Sale and take note of items of concern. While reading the documents, think about your plans and wants.

Email the Contract of Sale to cs@thinkconveyancing.com.au. Tell us your future plans for the property. This will affect how we approach the review. e.g. home, investment, further development etc.

Include your questions, needs and anything else that may affect the settlement. We’ll provide guidance to give you the best chance of reaching your needs and wants.

Contract Diagnostics

As soon as we get the contract, we’ll create you a Matter and assign you an experienced Lawyer on the same day. We will complete the review within 48 hours.

Your Lawyer will read your questions, and call to introduce himself/herself and have a brief chat about your concerns. Your Lawyer will hone into what is important to you.

Legal Advice And Next Steps

When the review is complete, we’ll give you a call so that you may have a brief discussion with your Lawyer. The call will last 20 to 35 minutes.

As part of the call, your Lawyer will highlight risks and may suggest investigation with 3rd parties (like the council or body corporate) to clarify or confirm items of concern.

We’ll email you a short summary and may include suggestions on amendments and special conditions for the Contract. You will need to negotiate with your Agent to have the Contract updated. This is as easy as copy-pasting and emailing the Agent.

REMEMBER: Reviews are used to IMPROVE your
contract BEFORE you sign.

As part of the service, your Lawyer will audit the

PART A – The Contract Of Sale, and PART B – The Title Search.



Contract Of Sale Review
The Contract Of Sale sets the rules, payment terms and exceptions that all parties must agree to.
It defines the when and how the sale will happen. It also explains the consequences; should the process not go to plan.
Our reviews include a phone call from 20 to 35 minutes. And at the conclusion of the call, we will send a written component. Your Lawyer will add value by providing:

Providing Warnings:

Your Lawyer will draw your attention to areas – in their experience – that have caused issues. They will also highlight paperwork errors, risks and points of concern.

Suggestions On Negotiations:

The Contract is often one-sided and in strong favour to the Vendor. Our Lawyers are familiar with what is unreasonable and will suggest opportunities to rebalance the terms.

A Clear Explanation:

We’ll decode the legal jargon and use clear everyday English. The report will give you an understanding of your legal obligations should you choose to sign and purchase.
You have the most power to negotiate before signing. Take advantage. The written review will give you instructions on how to rectify errors (if any) and rebalance the contract fairly in your favour.
REMEMBER: A contract review should be conducted prior to signing. A review before signing is essential because that is when your Lawyer peruses the contract to note the following:
  • Any special conditions in the contract that may positively/negatively affect you as the purchaser;
  • Any dealing with the Title that may affect the proprietor’s use of the property;
  • Confirm the improvements/inclusions/exclusions with the sale of the property.
Our work doesn’t end there. The Lawyer will review the


The Title Search
As part of our service, your Lawyer will look for any invisible legal aspects that may adversely affect you. This is done by reviewing the Title Search which discloses the title particulars, encumbrances and restrictions attached to the property. For example:
“Dear Client, Are you aware that you can’t improve your property – new pool, garage or extensions – due to the restrictions that come with having overhead power lines crossing your property? Are you sure you still want this property?”

Our Contract Reviews Go Beyond The Typical “Free” Review…

Our Written Reviews are performed by qualified Conveyancing LAWYERS, and should not be compared to a review conducted by an Agent or “just a Conveyancer”.
Our Lawyers have the depth and breadth of knowledge in property law, and they must be up to date with the latest legislation. This is not the case for Agents or Conveyancers.
A Lawyer is backed by their qualifications, certification and professional indemnity insurance. We are obligated to give the BEST advice, with dire consequences if we advise on anything that could jeopardise our clients’ interests.
We are your advocate and understand you will have competing voices – your agent, broker, friends and family – each giving you conflicting advice. It is our job to provide you with measured advice according to our strict professional ethical codes. For your protection, we may tell you what you don’t want to hear.
Lastly, we hate surprise costs as much as you, so the price for our written review is FIXED.
Yes, I Want A Contract Review

If you want to find out how our team can help you,

here are two ways to move forward.

Option 1: Request Our Pricing

We’ll send you an email with our transparent costs. This includes 3rd party searches.

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Option 2: Speak To Our Concierge

Have a casual no-obligation chat with our Concierge. We’re happy to walk you through the process.

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