Selling Your Property and Need A Contract?
Get Section 32 & Contract Of Sale Drafting
- A Section 32 that doesn’t let the buyer walk away;
- The maximum protection with our unique Contract Of Sale;
- Fast document drafting without compromise;
- A framework for a successful on-time settlement.
Bind your buyer fairly to their purchase…
- an unsold property;
- out of pocket expenses of a failed settlement;
- the time, pain and money of having to do it all over again!
Want to sell property in Victoria? It’s a statutory requirement for sellers to provide a signed Section 32 to potential buyers BEFORE they sign the Contract Of Sale.
This document discloses property information including title particulars, encumbrances, plan, etc – in the form of “search certificates”. If you wish to SAFELY sell property, you must provide a Section 32 with all relevant search certificates. Why?
It Prevents Buyers From Withdrawing
It Helps You Find A Serious Buyer Faster
Get more certainty with Think Conveyancing
At Think Conveyancing, we never compromise on quality. We will draft you a binding Section 32 that is in FULL accordance with Victorian statutory requirements.
When signed, the Contract Of Sale sets the rules, payment terms and conditions that all parties agreed to. And more importantly – the consequences – should the process not go as planned.
As a seller, why should you want a quality Contract of Sale?
Bind The Buyer To The Sale
Frame The Sale, When You Want, How You Want
Like you, our interest is your on-time settlement. Our documents are designed to – firmly – hold the buyer to their obligation, – fairly – to the full extent of the law.
You will be provided with the Section 32 for approval. When you’re happy, we will send your complete Contract and Section 32 to you and your agent. As soon as you find a buyer, let us know, so we may start your conveyance.
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How Long Will It Take To Draft The Documents?
We start drafting the documents the same day your matter is created. What makes the process time consuming is that we must order and wait for third parties to provide search certificates. As per Victorian law, these search certificates are required to be included in the Section 32.
As a conservative estimate, it can take 1-2 weeks to get the search certificates back and despite all efforts, it is largely impossible to dramatically speed up this process. All conveyancers are subject to third party’s wait time for the return of search certificates. For example, some Body Corporates or City Councils are usually slower than others.
However, our promise to you is a BULLET PROOF Section 32 Vendor Disclosure document that is prepared in accordance with the statutory requirement. We will not compromise on quality and will not omit any details that will put you in jeopardy.
If you want to find out how our Lawyers can draft your documents,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.
We’ll prepare a quote just for you.
Option 2: Speak To Our Concierge
Have a casual no-obligation chat with our Concierge. We’re happy to walk you through the process and give you a detailed quote.
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