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Conveyance Deeds

A conveyance deed is a legal document used in real estate transactions to transfer the ownership of property from one party to another. The conveyance deed includes essential details about the property being transferred, such as its description, location, boundaries, and any rights or obligations associated with it. It typically outlines the terms and conditions of the transfer, including the sale consideration (if any), and serves as evidence of the transfer of ownership.

Once the conveyance deed is executed and registered with the appropriate government authority, it legally finalises the transfer of property ownership. The registration of the conveyance deed provides a public record of the transaction, offering legal protection to both the buyer and the seller. 

We assist our clients in drafting, reviewing, and ensuring the legality of the conveyance deed, conducting due diligence on the property title, and facilitating the registration of the deed with the relevant authorities. 

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