Residential Conveyancing

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Title deeds are the documents that outline the property ownership and any other information specific to a property. For instance restrictive covenants (promises not to do something on or with...
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A Property Survey is an inspection of a property by a qualified expert to assess the condition of the property you are hoping to buy. The surveyor will be able...
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Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a Government Tax paid on property and land purchases. How much you pay depends on where the property is, the price you are paying...
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FLOOD RISK AND YOUR NEW HOME. Why should you consider flood risk when you purchase a home and what can you do to protect yourself? In this modern era of...
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A new opportunity has arisen for a Residential Conveyancing Assistant to join our successful Conveyancing Department, working amongst a team of fee earners. To be successful for this role you...
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What is the difference between a ‘Freehold’ and ‘Leasehold’ property? During the conveyancing process, whether you are selling or buying, it will need to be established whether the property is...
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So you have had an offer accepted by a seller so that you can buy your first house – what do you do next?? Ask the agent to take the...
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Unless you have been saving for years to purchase a house and are lucky enough to have found your dream home at a price you can afford to pay from...
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Completion is the stage of the conveyancing process at which the house legally becomes yours. It is the day that the money changes hands and you can pick up the...
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Until contracts are exchanged, neither the buyer nor seller have any legal obligation to go ahead to buy or sell the property. It is the solicitors acting on the behalf...
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