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Lead Legal Services Pty Ltd (ABN 86 640 514 558)
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I was extremely happy with the service provided by Lead. Sherry, my solicitor, went above and beyond to get my property settled and make sure everything was in order. Highly recommended.
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We've found LEAD Conveyancing to be a very reliable point of contact during our purchasing process and Sherry was very professional and dependable solicitor. The service was very honest, straightforward, and made the entire process much easier.
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Successful conveyancing depends upon the professional help you get throughout the process. Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another, and it is a complex process that is difficult to follow if you are not familiar with property law: The legislation implemented during the conveyance. Engaging a conveyancing solicitor from a licensed firm like LEAD Conveyancing is highly recommended when you sell or buy a property to ensure you have someone who knows the ins and outs of the conveyancing process. A conveyancing solicitor can give legal advice and ensure the other party is not taking advantage of you.
Cessnock is a municipality in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, known as the administrative centre of the local government area of Cessnock City. The 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics census showed that the city has more than 20,000 residents, and the average age of residents is 29 years old, nine years younger than the Australian national average age. More than 80% of the residents were born in Australia, while the rest were born in England, New Zealand and Scotland. Religious groups in the city area are Anglican and Catholic, Anglican being the most common religious group. Over 8% of the population are Aboriginal Australians.
Wonnarua people, Aboriginal Australians, were the traditional owners of the land where Cessnock is located. Many Wonnarua people were killed or died from European diseases after colonisation. Cessnock was named by John Campbell, based on his grandfather’s Castle in Galston, East Ayrshire. In 1850, the city became the service centre at the intersection of the Great North Road from Sydney to the Hunter Valley, with branches to Maitland and Singleton. In 1903, the creation of the South Maitland coalfields resulted in extensive residential settlement until 1923. Around 1888, a coal seam survey conducted by Welsh Australian Professor Edgeworth David led to significant social and economic development in the area, especially in the coal mining industry.
Cessnock is a city that has everything you need, including schools, shops and major supermarkets like Woolworths, Coles and Aldi. The city is also a great place to have some wine due to the several vineyard and wineries in the Hunter Region. Some statistics of Cessnock include
Cessnock has a wide range of tourist attractions that are worth visiting. The city has several parks, estates and wineries that you might not see in its neighbouring towns. Hunter Valley Wildlife Park is an upbeat zoo that offers feeding encounters to visitors with animals, such as kangaroos. The zoo also has a barbecue area with many tables and spaces and a souvenir shop.
For a children’s park, visit Bridges Hill Park, an open area with a fantastic playground offering various play equipment for your children’s enjoyment. The park is situated on Yango Street and is open to the public at any time of the day, making it a night-chilling spot for adults. It can also be a venue for events like children’s parties.
For art lovers, go to Cessnock Regional Art Gallery and see how talented Cessnock locals are. It is a gorgeous art space with various art exhibitions from local artists. Friendly and dedicated volunteer staff will gladly help you if you want information about the art piece that you find interesting. Other spots you may visit include