Established in 1976, Eckemanns has earned its reputation as a leader in the property transactions and legal matters industry, by providing first class service to clients in Adelaide and South Australia for over 45 years.
Eckermanns offices are conveniently located throughout South Australia and provide extensive professional services to buyers and sellers of real estate, tenants, agents, property managers – in fact anyone involved in the property industry.
Since 2021, Eckermanns have made a number of strategic acquisitions to enable their services to extend further across the property transaction value chain. With a large team of inhouse developers the Group is continually investing to innovate and enhance its service offering to Australians with an interest in commercial and residential property as well as asset protection.
Eckermanns are South Australian leaders in property and legal services.
We assist our clients with conveyancing, commercial and general legal matters as well as property forms and associated services. A trusted adviser in South Australia for more than 45 years, we have the expertise and capability to handle the most simple and complex of matters.
Frequently asked questions
Eckermann Lawyers has a wealth of experience and expertise in all aspects of commercial law, property law and all types of property transactions. What you’ll find different at Eckermann Lawyers is our commitment to a personalized and very much bespoke service. Large or small, every client at Eckermann Lawyers is treated with the same high level of personalised service that only a boutique legal firm can provide.
- Our team has a depth of property law knowledge that ensures timely and informed practical advice, whether you consider acquiring a large rural estate, leasing retail premises in a shopping centre or selling off-the-plan apartments in a mixed-use development.
- When dealing with Eckermann Lawyers, you are not only being helped by some of the best lawyers in Adelaide, but you have the added convenience, should you choose to do so, of working with our other Eckermann Group members, including Adelaide’s leading conveyancing firm, Eckermann Conveyancers.
- Eckermann Lawyers complements the existing Eckermanns businesses including Eckermann Conveyancers and Eckermann Property Forms. Established in 1976, Eckermanns have earned a reputation as a leader in their industry providing first-class service.
If a personalised, timely and informed legal service is what you are looking for, please contact us to understand how we can assist you.
Eckermann Lawyers is an Adelaide-based boutique law firm renowned for providing service excellence across practice areas including:
• General Commercial
• Commerical Property
• Estate planning including, Wills, Advance Care Directives, Powers of Attorney, Contested Wills & Estate Disputes
• Hospitality & Licensing
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership (the rights, title and interest) of Real Estate Property from one legal entity to another. A conveyancer is required for both sides of a real estate transaction – buying and selling
At Eckermanns, we have the knowledge, systems and expertise that you’ll need as you prepare for the official transfer of your new place into your own name. We deal with Residential, Commercial, Leasing, Subdivisions, Family transfers, Deceased Estates and more. We keep you updated throughout the journey from the start until finish, liaising with all parties to ensure that everything happens as planned.
In South Australia, it is a legal requirement (under Section 7 of the Land and Business (Sale and Conveyancing) Act 1994) when selling a property to disclose certain particulars relating to the purchaser’s land. This disclosure is called a Vendor’s Statement or Form 1.
Serving a Form 1 to a purchaser will activate the two clear business day cooling-off period when it is possible for purchaser to change their mind and “cool-off” on the contract in writing.
When buying at auction where there is no cooling off period. The Form 1 is required to be available for viewing for at least three working days prior to the day of the auction at the office of the real estate agency conducting the sale. The Form 1 must also be on display for 30 minutes prior to the start of the auction. It is a lengthy document and we recommend you ask your conveyancer to review the Form 1 for you.