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Sale and Purchase agreement builder


Service Name: Agreement for Sale and Purchase
Service Code: agreement1
Service Duration: 1 ~ 3 working day

Price: $95.00
(GST inclusive)



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What is an Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Estate

An Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Estate is a legally biding contract which provides certainty to both the Purchaser and the Vendor as it sets out in writing all the agreed terms and conditions. In New Zealand, most of Property lawyers and real estate agents will use the Agreement form which is approved by the Auckland District Law Society and Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (often referred as ADLS form)

The Real Estate Agreement builder can help you to prepare an offer so that you can be one step ahead for having a legally biding contractual relationship with other party. Once you complete our Real Estate Agreement Builder and submit the information to us, you will be able to get a complete copy of the Agreement (in PDF format) within one working day.

We provide this service at a fixed price only when you agree to appoint one of our property lawyers to do your conveyancing work. If you fail to appoint us to be your Lawyer, we may charge reasonable costs incurred for preparing the sale and purchase agreement.

If you would like to have the ADLS Agreement, please click here to instruct us now. You can also call us on 0800 000 608 or e-mail us directly on info@conveylaw.co.nz advising us of your requirements.

What is in an Agreement for Sale and Purchase of Real Estate?

The first page of the ADLS Form outlines all the specifics in relation to the property transaction for which the Purchaser and the Vendor will agreed and these include:
  • The parties of the agreement
  • Details of the Property
  • Details for payment of Purchase price
  • Details of Conditions
  • Details of Tenancies (if any)
  • Who is selling the property (normally either Real Estate or Private Treaty)

The following seven pages of the agreement describes the general terms of sale, 17 Clauses in total.

The next page of the General terms of sale is the page for further terms of sale that you wish to put in addition to the existing clauses in the agreement.

The next page is Schedule 2 of the agreement which includes GST information. You will be required to sign at the bottom of this page.

The last page of the agreement has a useful information for you to check before signing the agreement. This page also includes contact details for the Vendor and the Purchaser and their lawyers'.

If you wish us to prepare the Real Estate Agreement in 1 working day you can simply click here to instruct us. 
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Sale and Purchase Agreement Builder

Step 1

The Parties of the agreement

Please input the Vendor's name.

Please input the Purchaser's name.

Step 2

Client Details

To begin, please enter your name.

Please enter your password.

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Please enter your email address. We will send you the report via E-mail.

Step 3

Details of the Property

Please input the Property Adress.

Step 4

Payment of Purchase price

Please enter the Purchase Price

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Step 5

Details of Conditions

Finance Condition

Step 6

Details of Tenancies (if any)
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Step 7

Further Terms of Sale

Step 8

Terms of Engagement

These Standard Terms of Engagement (“Terms”) apply in respect of all work carried out by us for you, except to the extent that we otherwise agree with you in writing.

1 Services

1.1 The services we are to provide for you are outlined in our engagement letter.

2 Financial

2.1 Fees:

  • The fees we will charge or the manner in which they will be arrived at, are set out in our engagement letter.
  • If the engagement letter specifies a fixed fee, we will charge this for the agreed scope of our services. Work which falls outside that scope will be charged on an hourly rate basis. We will advise you as soon as reasonably practicable if it becomes necessary for us to provide services outside the agreed scope and, if requested, give you an estimate of the likely amount of the further costs.
  • Where our fees are calculated on an hourly basis, the hourly rates are set out in our engagement letter. The differences in those rates reflect the experience and specialisation of our professional staff. Time spent is recorded in 6 minute units, with time rounded up to the next unit of 6 minutes.

2.2 Disbursements and expenses: In providing services we may incur disbursements or have to make payments to third parties on your behalf. These will be included in our invoice to you when the expense is incurred. We may require an advance payment for the disbursements or expenses which we will be incurring on your behalf.

2.3 GST (if any): Is payable by you on our fees and charges.

2.4 Invoices: We will send interim invoices to you, usually monthly and on completion of the matter, or termination of our engagement. We may also send you an invoice when we incur a significant expense.

2.5 Payment: Invoices are payable within 14 days of the date of the invoice, unless alternative arrangements have been made with us. We may require interest to be paid on any amount which is more than 7 days overdue. Interest will be calculated at a cumulative rate of 1.5% per month calculated monthly from the date payment became due. You will pay us all debt collection agency costs and legal fees at the cumulative rate of 1.5% per month calculated monthly from the date on which they are paid by us.

2.6 Security: We may ask you to pre-pay amounts to us, or to provide security for our fees and expenses. You authorise us:

  • to debit against amounts pre-paid by you; and
  • to deduct from any funds held on your behalf in our trust account any fees, expenses or disbursements for which we have provided an invoice.

2.7 Third Parties: Although you may expect to be reimbursed by a third party for our fees and expenses, and although our invoices may at your request or with your approval be directed to a third party, nevertheless you remain responsible for payment to us if the third party fails to pay us.

3 Confidentiality

3.1 We will hold in confidence all information concerning you or your affairs that we acquire during the course of acting for you. We will not disclose any of this information to any other person except:

  • to the extent necessary or desirable to enable us to carry out your instructions; or
  • to the extent required by law or by the Law Society’s Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers.

3.2 Confidential information concerning you will as far as practicable be made available only to those within our firm who are providing legal services for you.

3.3 We will of course, not disclose to you confidential information which we have in relation to any other client.

4 Termination

4.1 You may terminate our retainer at any time.

4.2 We may terminate our retainer in any of the circumstances set out in the Law Society's Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers.

4.3 If our retainer is terminated you must pay us all fees due up to the date of termination and all expenses incurred up to that date.

5 Retention of files and documents

5.1 You authorise us (without further reference to you) to destroy all files and documents for this matter (other than any documents that we hold in safe custody for you) 7 years after our engagement ends, or earlier if we have converted those files and documents to an electronic format.

6 Conflicts of Interest

6.1 We have procedures in place to identify and respond to conflicts of interest. If a conflict of interest arises we will advise you of this and follow the requirements and procedures set out in the Law Society's Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers.

7 Duty of Care

7.1 Our duty of care is to you and not to any other person. Before any other person may rely on our advice, we must expressly agree to this.

8 Trust Account

8.1 We maintain a trust account for all funds which we receive from clients (except monies received for payment of our invoices). If we are holding significant funds on your behalf we will normally lodge those funds on interest bearing deposit with a bank. In that case we will charge an administration fee of 5% of the interest derived.

9 General

9.1 These Terms apply to any current engagement and also to any future engagement, whether or not we send you another copy of them.

9.2 We are entitled to change these Terms from time to time, in which case we will send you amended Terms.

9.3 Our relationship with you is governed by New Zealand law and New Zealand courts have non-exclusive jurisdiction.

10 Acceptance of Terms of Engagement

10.1 By instructing us to provide you with legal services you are deemed to have accepted these terms of engagement.

Step 9

Information for Clients
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Set out below is the information required by the Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers of the New Zealand Law Society ("Law Society").

1 Professional Indemnity Insurance

We hold professional indemnity insurance that meets or exceeds the minimum standards specified by the Law Society. We will provide you with particulars of the minimum standards upon request.

2 Lawyers' Fidelity Fund:

The Law Society maintains the Lawyers' Fidelity Fund for the purpose of providing clients of lawyers with protection against pecuniary loss arising from theft by lawyers. The maximum amount payable by the Fidelity Fund by way of compensation to an individual claimant is limited to $100,000. Except in certain circumstances specified in the Lawyers and Conveyancers Act 2006, the Fidelity Fund does not cover a client for any loss relating to money that a lawyer is instructed to invest on behalf of the client.

3 Complaints:

We maintain a procedure for handling any complaints by clients, designed to ensure that a complaint is dealt with promptly and fairly. If you have a complaint about our services or charges, you may refer your complaint to the person in our firm who has overall responsibility for your work. If you do not wish to refer your complaint to that person, or you are not satisfied with that person’s response to your complaint, you may refer your complaint to Jay Park. He may be contacted as follows:

    • by letter;
    • by email at jay.park@parklegal.co.nz;
    • by telephoning him at 09 475 5027.

The Law Society operates the Lawyers Complaints Service and you are able to make a complaint to that service.

To do so, phone 0800 261 801 and you will be connected to the nearest Complaints Service Office, which can provide information and advice about making a complaint.

4 Persons Responsible for the Work:p>

The names and status of the person or persons who will have the general carriage of or overall responsibility for the services we provide for you are set out in our letter of engagement.

5 Client Care and Service:

The Law Society client care and service information is set out below. Whatever legal services your lawyer is providing, he or she must:

    • Act competently, in a timely way, and in accordance with instructions received and arrangements made.
    • Protect and promote your interests and act for you free from compromising influences or loyalties.
    • Discuss with you your objectives and how they should best be achieved.
    • Provide you with information about the work to be done, who will do it and the way the services will be provided.
    • Charge you a fee that is fair and reasonable and let you know how and when you will be billed.
    • Give you clear information and advice.
    • Protect your privacy and ensure appropriate confidentiality.
    • Treat you fairly, respectfully and without discrimination.
    • Keep you informed about the work being done and advise you when it is completed.
    • Let you know how to make a complaint and deal with any complaint promptly and fairly.

The obligations lawyers owe to clients are described in the Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers. Those obligations are subject to other overriding duties, including duties to the courts and to the justice system.

If you have any questions, please visit www.lawsociety.org.nz or call 0800 261 801.

6 Limitations on extent of our Obligations or Liability

Any limitations on the extent of our obligations to you or any limitation or exclusion of liability are set out in our letter of engagement.

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