I explained the background to this conversation about “DIY legal documents” and the Collective of Applied Law and Legal Realism (CALR) in an earlier post — “DIY legal documents for conveyancing transactions — can we really do it without lawyers?”
As mentioned in that post, I was invited to speak at the launch event and was assigned the session title — What’s wrong with conveyancing and corporate law work?
I’ll be writing about what I shared in relation to conveyancing in four parts (beginning with this post):
- Why some people think you don’t need lawyers in a sale and purchase of property.
- Understanding the basics.
- Sale and purchase and loan agreements.
- Time for a reality check.