When you’re looking to buy a new home or sell an existing one, it’s important that your property transaction is completed on time and without complications. That’s why you need experienced and professional conveyancing specialists, like the team at Sargeants VIC.
Sargeants Bass Coast is the leading property conveyancing firm in Wonthaggi, the largest centre in Victoria’s Gippsland region. They have helped hundreds of business people and homeowners acquire and sell properties, ensuring settlement occurs on time, every time.
Their clients have included local and interstate developers, investors and first home buyers. They are also familiar with off the plan developments, and have a track record of working in partnership with the finance industry to facilitate smooth and problem free settlements.
Rebecca Sullivan and her staff are Licenced under the Conveyancers Act to perform the legal work associated with property transfers in Melbourne, Victoria wide. They are also members of the Australian Lawyers Association and have a thorough understanding of all Victorian legislation, including the First Home Owner Grant.
With a PhD in neuroscience from the University of Victoria New Zealand, Tim researches how the lysosomal system a protein-based recycling machine in cells contributes to common ageing diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. His work is undertaken at the Hopwood Centre for Neurobiology at SAHMRI and funded by a National Health and Medical Research Council NHMRC Career Development Fellowship.
Technical Sergeant Victor C Brooks, Jr is a proud Airman with the Montana Air National Guard where he serves on the State Honor Guard Team performing military honors across the Volunteer State of Montana. TSgt Brooks continuously exhibits his drive for excellence, willingness to learn and ability to lead as he continues his journey as a Sargeant with the Air National Guard.
If you’re a former police officer who would like to return to the force, you need to register with the Police Registration and Services Board PRSB and be assessed as suitable for reappointment. The process takes about six months, but we are working to reduce that timeframe. To find out more, visit the PRSB website. You can also attend a reappointment assessment panel to discuss your suitability for return to the force. During this interview, the panel will ask you about your experiences and skills gained since leaving police service, and determine what rank you may be offered.