At Bangalow Conveyancing, we work tirelessly to ensure that your sale or purchase goes smoothly. We are highly experienced and efficient.

Conveyancing NSW and QLD

Bangalow Conveyancing is committed to providing the best knowledge and skills available to make the process of buying or selling your residential or commercial property easier.

We handle all aspects of residential property conveyancing and take care of the complicated legal documentation needed for a successful property transfer including title searches, land tax searches, caveats or encumbrances over the land that may affect ownership of the property.

Our service is personalised and friendly because we’re locals ourselves. We listen to what you need and can explain the complicated legal requirements involved in property law.

At Bangalow Conveyancing, we work tirelessly to ensure that your sale or purchase goes smoothly. We are highly experienced and efficient. We understand the intricacies of buying and selling property, and also the concerns that current and prospective home owners can have.

Sale & Purchase of Business

A business sale, or asset sale refers to the sale of the business assets from the current owner to a buyer. The seller and buyer can be different entities (such as a sole trader, company or trust), but the distinctive feature of an asset sale is that the business assets change ownership. For instance, this can involve:


In real estate investing, an option agreement or an “option contract” gives you the right to purchase a property for an agreed-upon price up to a certain timeframe. The person granting an option is known as the grantor, and the person receiving the benefit from using an option is referred to as the beneficiary.


A Commercial, Industrial or Retail Lease refers to a contract signed between two parties namely the landlord and tenant for the renting of a Commercial Property. When dealing with commercial leases, it is important to get the expert legal advice of a commercial leasing lawyer to fully understand the terms and conditions to avoid any discrepancies that might occur as a result of breach or misunderstanding of the contract.

Retirement Village Leasing

Are you thinking of moving to a retirement village?

Be sure to talk to us first. A common way seniors can afford a retirement village unit is to take out a lease. These documents are different from standard conveyancing or property documents. They can often be complicated if you’re not familiar with their intricacies.

At Bangalow Conveyancing, we regularly help clients with retirement village leasing, and can look over the contract with you to make sure you understand your entitlements. We’ve professionally advised many clients over the years and can quickly identify the key issues that will matter to you.

Property Inspections

Buying a new property is exciting, but you need to protect your investment.


“Caveat Emptor” or “Buyer Beware” exists for a good reason. That means finding out as much as possible about the property you are purchasing so you don’t end up with a lemon.

We only use inspectors that carry Professional Indemnity Insurance and are experienced in property inspections.

Complex Property Matters

At Bangalow Conveyancing, we are experienced in, and understand the intricacies of living, owning and investing in property which falls into the category of the more complex property matters.

We can act in relation to complex property matters through our association with Castrikum Adams Legal and CA Construction Management.

At Bangalow Conveyancing, we are experienced in all aspects of property transactions.

Acknowledgement of Country

Bangalow Conveyancing acknowledges the Traditional Owners of this land, the Arakwal people, the Minjungbal people and the Widjabul people of the Bundjalung Nation, and pay our respects to elders past and present.


Bangalow Conveyancing is a subsidiary of Castrikum Adams Legal Pty Ltd.

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