Conveyancing and Banking Law
Conveyancing is a branch of law that looks simple but procedurally cumbersome and requires careful drafting. It simply means to “convey (or transfer) property”. Drafting Sale and Purchase Agreement is not a run-of-a-mill. It requires time spent by our Solicitors.
It covers a broad area of conveyancing agreements such as a Sale and Purchase Agreement (SPA), Joint Venture Agreements usually project based, Loan documentation, Project Agreements, Power of Attorney, documentation of transfer and charge, familiar with project developments and the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Act 1966, issues relation to strata management and stratified titles and the many other areas.
Problematic issues can arise in a simple transaction that may have to deal with other parties such as Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) for foreign purchase and investment, Malaysia My Second Home Programme and the various other initiative by the government.
Conveyancing is not restricted to just residential properties but at the same time commercial, industrial and agriculture properties.
Sometimes, you may be afraid of some complication in purchasing a property. In that case, you can also appoint us to prepare a due diligence report on the property so as to give you a relieve from stress purchase. Call us for an appointment to be guided by our experience Solicitors.