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  • What is Conveyancing?
    Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one party to another. It is essential to ensure that the transaction is legally sound, protecting your interests and property rights.
  • How long does the Conveyancing process typicaly take?
    The duration of the conveyancing process can vary depending on various factors, including the complexity of the transaction. Our team will work efficiently to complete the process as quickly as possible while ensuring all legal requirements are met.
  • What is a Strata Property or Strata Title?
    A strata property, also known as strata title, is a type of property ownership where individuals own a specific unit within a building or complex while sharing ownership of common areas and facilities with other owners. It's a common arrangement in multi-unit developments like apartments, townhouses, and condominiums.
  • What are Strata Fees, and what do they cover?
    Strata fees are regular payments made by strata property owners to cover the costs of maintaining and managing common areas and services. These fees can include maintenance, insurance, utilities, and administration expenses.
  • What are Strata bylaws, and why are they important?
    Strata bylaws are rules and regulations governing the use and maintenance of the property. Bylaws are essential for maintaining order and ensuring a harmonious living environment within the strata property.
  • What should I consider before purchasing a Strata Property?
    Before buying a strata property, it's essential to review the bylaws, financial statements, and the strata's overall health. This will help you make an informed decision and understand the ongoing responsibilities and costs.
  • Can I make modifications to my Strata Property Unit?
    The ability to make modifications to your unit may be governed by strata bylaws. It's important to understand the rules and seek approval from the strata council before making significant changes.
  • How is Strata Property different from freehold ownership?
    Strata property ownership differs from freehold ownership, where you own both the building and the land. In a strata property, you own your unit but share ownership of common areas with other owners.
  • What is PEXA, and what does it do?
    PEXA, which stands for Property Exchange Australia, is an electronic platform that facilitates property transactions in a secure and efficient manner. It allows for the electronic settlement of property transactions, including conveyancing and financial settlements.
  • How does PEXA work?
    PEXA connects property lawyers, conveyancers, banks, and land registries in a secure online environment. It enables the exchange of property documents, funds, and digital signatures, making property settlements faster and more reliable.
  • Why should I choose Palmieri Legal Chambers for my property transfer needs?
    If you are purchasing or selling property, our Team at Palmieri Conveyancing will manage the transfer of documents to ensure the property is rightfully and legally transferred to you. We will handle a range of matters to ensure your rights are protected and the settlement process is as smooth as possible.​ Simply, we will expertly navigate you through each phase of any legal process to ensuring thorough guidance and all obligations involved are me with ease.
  • How do I get started with Palmieri Legal Chambers?
    Getting started with Palmieri Legal Chambers is easy. Simply contact us, and our experienced conveyancers will guide you through the process step by step.
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