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Buying or selling a rural property involves more preparation then when you buy a home or business asset. Particularly when transferring land across from generation to generation.

Rural conveyancing requires greater attention to aspects such as adequate water access, electricity, and disclosure of what is on the land ie. livestock, waste, animal diseases, chemical residues, noxious animals and insets, noxious weeds etc.

JLM Conveyancing will also look into:

  • Government compliance
  • Titles
  • Licenses'
  • Government compliance
  • Rural Easements and Right of Ways
  • Land Use Planning
  • Vendor Statutory Disclosure
  • Minister's Consent