It almost seems inevitable, but every type of manual transaction in the world of business and commerce appears to be converting to digital, as the pace of change continues relentlessly. It looks like this transformation is extending to the real estate world and may well affect how you close a particular deal in a process that's known as conveyancing. If you are interested in buying a particular property and are starting to talk with experts to make up your team, what should you know about electronic conveyancing and how it may be of benefit to you?
5 June 2018
Real estate deals are very delicate in nature. Whether you are buying or selling property, you need to ensure that you are following the right processes. The fact that there are still many fraudsters out to make a quick buck off your ignorance should alert you that you need to always have legal experts guiding you through every step of the process. The real estate purchase agreement is the document which will reflect your desires whether you are the buyer or the seller, and this will help you avoid getting into deals which could hurt you.
21 February 2018
Estate planning is rarely straightforward and this can be especially the case when two people who were previously committed in a relationship decide to go their own way. After the separation a lot of care needs to be given to separating any assets, even though the pair may have enjoyed a fairly casual or informal relationship before. What's at risk if attention is not paid to these matters now? Calling for Settlement
26 April 2017
Starting a business where one is the only owner can be a fulfilling achievement. It is possible to get caught up in all matters and forget that even small businesses are required to abide by certain laws. Failure to do so can lead to a host of legal issues that could affect the performance of the business. Even if you are operating with a few employees and resources, it is important to understand legal matters that can arise against your business and measures that you can take to prevent them.
4 November 2016
If you come up with a unique idea, product or service, it is a prudent thing to safeguard your invention. This will prevent other people from making counterfeit goods, or make a living off your efforts without giving you the credit that you deserve. With a trademark, you can register symbols and words to identify your venture or product. It will give you a legally recognised and unique identity that others cannot use without your permission.
5 April 2016