Booked out for urgent reviews on Tuesday 5 December. The last day to submit standard (free) review requests in 2023 is Friday 8 December. We are completely closed for the day on Monday 11 December, and from 23 December to 14 January (both dates included). No settlements and reviews on our closure dates.

Buying and selling a home is among the most important financial decisions anyone will make. By sharing our insights over a decade of experience, having assisted thousands of clients, we aim to make the process empowering and stress-free.


Tips, FAQs and pearls of wisdom

A caveats is a powerful way to secure an interest in a property.
What is a caveat?

A caveat is a legal notice, registered on the title of a property, declaring that someone has a legal interest in the property.

There are two ways to own a property in Victoria: as "joint tenants" or as "tenants in common".
What is the difference between owning a property as "joint tenants" or as "tenants in common"?

There are two ways multiple people can own a property in Victoria: as "joint tenants" or as "tenants in common".

Settlement is a momentus day for property buyers and sellers. Here's what happens.
What does "settlement" mean and what happens on settlement day?

Settlement is the conclusion of a property conveyancing transaction.

Conveyancing is the legal process for changing ownership of a property.
What is conveyancing?

Here's a handy summary of the steps involved in conveyancing.

Each State and Territory in Australia has different conveyancing laws and procedures. Ashmor Legal can assist with conveyancing for Victorian residential properties only.
FAQ: How is buying a property in Victoria different to other States and Territories?

Conveyancing laws and proceedures are different in each State and Territory. That's why we can only assist with Victorian residential properties.

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