Sarah Wickham

+ 61 3 8825 4800
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Senior Property Law Clerk

As a Senior Property Law Clerk, Sarah has been looking after conveyancing transactions for 13 years, and has been a part of the Kalus Kenny Intelex team since 2012.

Sarah’s dedication to her role and her clients is reflected by the numerous multi-million dollar transactions that she has worked on and the thousands of first home owners and investors that she has helped purchase and sell their properties. Given her industry experience, she is able to provide guidance across various types of transactions and offer solutions to problems that may arise unexpectedly throughout the conveyancing process.

Areas of expertise

  • Off the plan purchase transactions
  • Vendor projects
  • Land subdivisions
  • Pre-contract review and negotiations
  • Retirement Village transactions;
  • Residential, industrial and commercial conveyancing transactions
  • Complex conveyancing transactions
  • Company share and stratum title transfers
  • Facilitating exchange of contracts of sale
  • PEXA settlements
  • Duties online requirements

Australian Law Awards - Finalist - Property Team of the Year 2018

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