Real Estate Attorneys: What They Do for You During Property Conveyancing
You don’t own that immovable property only when you pay the purchase price or when you show an interest in the property. You obtain ownership of the property you purchase when you go to a deeds registry office to have the property registered in your name. Any lawful ownership of immovable property is obtained through a legal process known as conveyancing. A new property transfer deed is drawn up and registered once the property is sold.