When the time comes to sell a property, whether you are up-sizing, down-sizing or moving out of the area, your property lawyer has many responsibilities. Your lawyer drafts your warranty deed and other documents, receives closing funds from the purchaser’s lawyer and disperses those funds. For example, if you have a mortgage on your property it is your property lawyer’s responsibility to transfer sufficient funds to your mortgage company to discharge the mortgage and then receive and register the mortgage discharge document with the Nova Scotia Land Registry.

Please contact us to find out how we can assist you in the sale of your property.