property and conveyancing

China Conveyancing

Nevett Ford Lawyers’ China Conveyancing team has extensive expertise in assisting Chinese clients buying and selling Australian property.

Our China Conveyancing team, comprising Peter Lumb, Practice group leader and Associate Director, Nathan Xu, Senior Lawyer, Crystal Qin, Lawyer, and Lily Cheng, Conveyancing Clerk, advise clients in English and/or Mandarin, Malay or Cantonese.

We deliver advice in a range of Conveyancing matters relating to residential sales and acquisitions, FIRB approval and advice, sub-sale/nomination purchaser advice, stamp duty and other foreigner impost advice, international wills dealing with Australian assets, powers of attorney, and business and migration relation advice.

Our firm has more than twenty years’ experience in acting for foreign clients.  We have set the benchmark in providing advice to our foreign clients by providing our written and oral advice in dual languages. 

We act for many purchasers buying in various off-the-plan developments across Melbourne.  As such, we are familiar with various off-the-plan contracts of sale currently in the market place.  This means we can provide efficient advice tailored to your needs. 

We can provide written and oral advice in Mandarin, Malay and Cantonese.

OUR PROPERTY AND CONVEYANCING TEAM

Nathan Xu
Crystal Qin
Carrie Chiu
Lily Cheng

Topics We’ve Written About

Apartment Living and Pets

Apartment Living and Pets

Last year it was decided in a landmark cause in the NSW Court of Appeal that a blanket ban by an Owners Corporation on pets can be invalid. In Cooper v The Owners Strata Plan No 58068 [2020] NSWCA 250 the OC argued that a 13 year old miniature schnauzer could not be...

read more
Owners Corporations – A Change is Coming

Owners Corporations – A Change is Coming

The Owners Corporations and Other Acts Amendment Act 2021 (‘the Act’) was passed by the Victorian Parliament last month and introduces changes to the Owners Corporation Act 2006, Retirement Villages Act 1987 and certain provisions of the Subdivision Act 1998. These...

read more
What Is a Caveat?  Do I Need One?

What Is a Caveat? Do I Need One?

Caveats are used to protect your interest in property and acts as a statutory injunction to prevent certain dealings from being registered.  A caveat acts a warning to anyone dealing with the land that someone has a legal interest in that property. The party who has...

read more

    Contact us

    Nevett Ford Melbourne Pty Ltd

    ABN: 144 697 790

    Level 16, South Tower, Rialto Building, 525 Collins Street
    Melbourne, VIC 3000