Conveyancing is full of legal jargon. Whether purchasing your first property or selling your home, the technical jargon can be overwhelming. At Provey, we make the conveyancing process as simple and stress-free for our clients as possible. We have compiled a short list of property terms below to help. The list is by no means a full list of all the jargon used, so feel free list out any other terms you wish to have clarified in the comments section… Continue reading

The term encumbrance refers to instruments or agreements burdening or affecting a property. Encumbrances can restrict how owners deal with their land. They can be registered or unregistered; most registered encumbrances appear on title’s register search statement (an electronic search of the title). An example of an encumbrance is a mortgage. A mortgage is a registered instrument on the title securing the lender’s (usually a bank) right to have a loan repaid and to take further action against the property… Continue reading