What To Expect from your Conveyancing Attorney:
A conveyancing attorney is there to assist in the transference of property. When selling your house, and appointing a conveyancing attorney involved in the registration and transfer process, you can expect your conveyancing attorney to protect the interests of his client (you).
You can also expect your conveyancing attorney to inform you of the conveyancing procedure and progress of the transaction, advise you on the matters in the offer to purchase, advise and inform you on the cancelation of your bond and any subjects that may affect the settlement figure, obtain your instruction before issuing guarantees in regards of the transaction, do everything legally possible to register the transaction as close to the date agreed to in the offer to purchase, advise you of his obligations, to explain and sign the necessary documentation to bring to the transaction to a close, prepare the deeds with care to ensure maximum chance of approval by the Deeds Office, inform you of the transfer on the day of registration, and account to you for finances related to the transaction within two days of registration. As a conveyancing attorney, it is his obligation to act out his duties as stated and to keep his client informed.