preparation of section 32 vendors statements

Selling your property requires pinpoint attention to detail. Pre-sale matters need to be handled with the utmost care and seriousness since, for most, it’s an important decision. Selling, for example, demands various duties, responsibilities and legal compliance from the vendor (seller). If dissatisfied, the purchaser can cancel at the last moment, or worse, quickly commence legal proceedings.

Having hands-on knowledge of the laws and how they do the heavy-lifting in court, Mr Coveyancer will lead you through to the right direction, always keeping you aware of your interests, rights and legal duties.

Pre-sale Legal Advice
From a sellers point of view, Mr Conveyancer’s pre-sale Legal Advice incorporates handling all lengthy complex paperwork, insurance, finance, inspections, and many more. We take the pain of gathering all requisite Certificates, Licenses and Permits from the Local Council/Court. At times, there are things outside the public record, such as shared fences or passages. 

As your legal conveyancer, we take absolute care for your sale, and advise you in various matters of law, finance and inspection, to make your property sale more lucrative in this competitive market.

Under the Sale of Land Act 1962 (Vic), Mr Conveyancer assists clients who are selling property, by drafting the best Section 32 Vendors Disclosure Statement— which is a long-drawn disclosure document stating everything a property has to declare.

Any details missed in a Section 32 can lead to future litigation and the purchaser having the ability to back out of the sale. Reckless and deliberate false information can even lead to a criminal offence. Section 32 Vendors Disclosure Statements must always be handled by a proficient lawyer in Victoria, such as Mr Conveyancer.

A Section 32 Vendors Disclosure Statement will declare all such material facts about the land, building and future prospects of the property, that any purchaser should be made aware of. A Section 32 Vendor Statement will generally have:

  • Warnings of general issues such as structures, termites, flammable cladding, damp, asbestos and safety declarations (if located in a bushfire prone area).
  • Details about any mortgages on the land and/or building, if any;
  • Notices and permits related to land usage;
  • Information related to any Owner’s Corporation;
  • Particulars of any owner-builder warranty insurance
  • Present and past Legal matters (including caveats, covenants and easements) on the property.

 

As far as compliance to all laid down rules is concerned, be assured that our solicitors are regularly updated. Mr Conveyancer will make sure you know your rights and duties, and comply and act accordingly.

What should you do?
If you want to sell property, be it an off-the-plan, flat or an old house in the suburbs, call Mr Conveyancer today. We are active around Victoria and we ensure that all steps taken are towards your future interests.

If you are selling your home or property, have all your doubts cleared and get the best advice from Mr Conveyancer. We protect our seller’s current and future rights, reducing the risk of the purchaser pulling out of the sale. We don’t just make you read a contract. We make sure you understand the responsibilities and consequences of your property sale.

Mr Conveyancer is here to offer a complete solution to meet your needs. We have a ‘can do’ attitude and understand that timely and professional attention to detail is required for the best property transaction outcome. We will help you save time and money. Click here to contact us today and explore our quality service and legal conveyancing solutions. Your property deserves the assistance, quality and skill that we offer.