Buying a property is probably the biggest investment you ever make in your life.
It involves the transaction of a decent amount of money, a lot of documents and a, sometimes, tiring conveyancing and legal process.
When you’re buying property in a foreign country, the risks increases as you often don’t understand the local laws, legal processe, language and documentation involved.
That’s why it’s highly recommended, if not mandatory, to work with a solicitor when buying property.
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In some parts of the world, solicitors are also known as conveyancers. By definition, there is a difference between a solicitor and conveyancer, but they do exactly the same job, when it comes to handling procurement of property.
The Difference between Solicitor and Conveyancer
A Solicitor is a qualified lawyer who can provide you full legal services, including assistance in buying property.
A Conveyancer, on the other hand, is specialized in legal matters related to property, and cannot provide help in other legal matters.
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