Conveyancing/Property Law | Eamonn C. Murray Solicitors Cork

By: Solicitors Cork  05/12/2011
Keywords: Mortgage, Conveyancing

Conveyancing is the legal procedure through which an ownership interest in land is created, transferred or extinguished. This legal procedure also incorporates the creation of a mortgage or re-mortgaging of property. The majority of conveyancing stems from the purchase and sale of property.

Buying and selling property involves a number of stages where important decisions have to be made. Such decisions include:

  • The negotiation of price.

  • The type of mortgage that will be granted and the formation of the terms of same.
  • The drafting, agreement and signing of contracts.
  • Transfer and signing of deeds.
  • Conclusion of mortgage agreement.
  • Registration with the Property Registration Authority.

At EC Murray and Co we understand the major decisions and implications involved in this area and will use our skills to help you through each of the different stages. If you are buying, selling, transferring title, or re-mortgaging property we will endeavour to carry out your conveyance in a swift and efficient as possible.

Keywords: Conveyancing, Mortgage

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