CONVEYANCING

The reputable Conveyancing department at Maharaj Attorneys sets itself apart from competitors in this field, with expert knowledge and state of the art technology.

These two elements have made speed and efficiency our principal strength in managing, implementing and finalising matters in the conveyancing sector. The Maharaj Attorneys’ accomplished conveyancing team has honed and perfected their skills to be able to handle and process high volumes of transactions at optimal speed. Using the most advanced software to detect and report non-movement in any matter, we are able to foresee and amend complications before they arise, making the conveyancing process as smooth and painless as possible and never delivering less than an exceptional legal service in conveyancing and property sectors.

OUR PROPERTY LAW DEPARTMENT DEALS EXTENSIVELY IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

› transfers of residential properties

› transfers of commercial properties

› registration of Mortgage Bonds

› Sectional Title and Real Right Developments

› Deceased Estate transfers

› transfers following divorce proceedings

› sub divisions and consolidations

› registration of servitudes

› registration of notarial bonds and leases

› raising of finance

› preparations of Deeds of Sale, lease agreements, rent collections and Body Corporate Administrations

AS WELL AS THE AFORE MENTIONED OFFERINGS, THESE SPECIAL SKILLS ARE COMMON PLACE AMONGST OUR PRACTITIONERS, THE:

› Formation of Trusts

› Administration of Deceased Estates

› Drafting of Wills and Codicils

› Offering of estate planning advisory services

› Cross engagement of our offices with leading Accounting Firms (investment houses enhance our levels of service and expertise in this field of law.)

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