Residential Conveyancing

Expert residential conveyancing services for Auckland and New Zealand property transactions

Whether it’s your first home or your 15th investment property, buying a house or apartment is a process where accuracy, due diligence and timeliness really matter. Things can and do go wrong when you choose a conveyancing lawyer on price rather than track record.

Hesketh Henry has been a significant player in New Zealand property law since 1865, when Auckland was a frontier town and not long prior Queen Street was a muddy river valley. Our property conveyancing reputation has been built on a tailored service that looks after the best interests of each client.  As conveyancing solicitors for Auckland and New Zealand property, we have become something of a family heirloom – one generation recommends us to the next, based on a high level of trust.

In addition to the usual title, LIM and builder’s report checking, our expertise extends to advising on how the new Unitary Plan for Auckland could affect a property in the future. We also have a close association with reputable valuers and specialised resource management barristers.

Need advice on Residential Conveyancing?
Contact the expert team at Hesketh Henry.

Examples of work completed by our team include:

  • Acting for vendors and purchasers of fee simple, leasehold, cross-lease and unit title propertieis. Advising clients on financing and guarantees with commercial banks and private lenders.
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