Choosing a legal representative is an important decision for those that are about to build a home or plan a restructuring, renovation or refurbishment of an existing building. While there are many household name law firms in Victoria that offer a wide breadth of services and comprehensive legal advice, those that are involved in building and construction should consider the possibilities of engaging a boutique law firm dedicated to that specific area.
Here at Boutique Lawyers, we are Melbourne-based residential property lawyers that work tirelessly for our clients to deliver the outcomes that they hope for without having to engage in some of the more common practices associated with the legal profession. Our building contract lawyers don’t charge by the hour pre-litigation and pre-court, but instead, implement a fixed-fee that allows all involved in the case to focus on the work and ignore the clock.
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The Necessity of Hiring a Residential Lawyer
Given that large sums of money are going to exchange hands, and that you will be the one that is likely handing it over, particularly if you are building, it is essential that you receive the right legal advice to ensure that nothing goes wrong that could have been prevented.
Here at Boutique Lawyers, we are highly capable planning lawyers and work side-by-side with our Melbourne clients, regardless of whether you are a private, residential homeowner, a contractor or a building developer, to ensure that you are fully informed and understand the nature of the contract that you are entering into.
We go to great lengths to make sure that your rights are upheld throughout the transaction and we are well-versed in all aspects of building and construction law so that if anything unexpected comes up, or specific clauses are required, we have the know-how and capabilities to seamlessly work through and deliver appropriate solutions.
A residential lawyer can assist you when you are planning to buy a property by establishing what is included in the sale and what is not. Sometimes fixtures and fittings are unclear initially and your lawyer can establish exactly how things stand before you commit to the property.
Also, searches on the title of the property are important for those that are buying, so that you know whether there are outstanding rates, or if there is a mortgage on the property. What’s more, it is often the case that property or a portion of it, is required by the council, and your lawyer can find this out for you. All of these things are vital to ensuring that you receive no nasty surprises after taking ownership.
Fostering Great Working Relationships
At Boutique Lawyers, we are very selective in terms of the cases that we accept, which means that our workload is limited to the capacities of our team, and ensures that all of our clients get the kind of focused attention that they deserve when approaching such serious matters.
This makes for a much more personalised approach to the drafting of contracts and enables us to foster great working relationships with our clients.
Contact Melbourne’s Most Experienced Residential Property Lawyers Today
If you are currently seeking out a residential property lawyer to assist you in any aspect of your building or construction work and wish to retain the services of a dedicated team of contract lawyers that will put you at the centre of their daily efforts, you’ve come to the right place. Contact our Melbourne team on 1300 556 140 today or fill in our enquiry form and we will get in touch as soon as possible.