Residential Conveyancing
05/03/21

Stamp Duty Holiday extended until the end of June 2021

Since the Stamp Duty holiday was introduced earlier last year by the Government, there is no denying the surge in recent months in the property …

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16/12/20

Stamp Duty Holiday – are you running out of time?

Since the Stamp Duty holiday was introduced earlier this year by the Government, there is no denying the surge in recent months in the property …

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Julie Atkinson
14/05/20

Ringrose Law – ready to get you moving again

Yesterday (13th May) the Property Market ‘re-opened’ for buyers and sellers. This has allowed people to pick up where they left off with their existing …

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Julie Atkinson
17/04/20

Can I still move house during the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Our conveyancing team is still open for business! Government advice states the following; “Given the situation in the UK with regard to the outbreak of …

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Jacqueline Ross
01/04/20

COVID 19 – Should Commercial Landlords and Tenants Just Wash Their Hands of it?

The Coronavirus Act 2020 was enacted (as an emergency bill) on 25th March 2020. The Government announced prior to enactment that tenants of commercial properties …

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31/03/20

The Government Help to Buy Scheme

The Help to Buy scheme offers an equity loan where the government lends first-time buyers and existing homeowners money to buy a newly-built home. The …

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Bev Kirk - Residential Property
27/03/20

Advice on moving house during COVID-19

The government’s new advice on house moves states: Given the situation in the UK with regard to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), we urge parties …

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Julie Atkinson
26/03/20

What do you do if you have already Exchanged Contracts? Is the Contract legally binding?

Even in the last few days Estate Agents have reported a drop in house viewings by 75% and now they have stopped completely.  Some Agents …

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17/03/20

Declaration of Trust

When you are buying a property with your partner, the last thing you want to think about is what will happen if you separate. However, …

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28/02/20

What is the Community Infrastructure Levy?

When you are buying a house, especially a newly built property, you may hear this phrase or see reference to a Community Infrastructure Levy in …

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25/02/20

Why does my solicitor need identification documentation?

On any transaction with your solicitor it is likely you will be required to provide identification documentation. Your solicitor will need to be sure that …

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25/02/20

What is equity release and how does it work?

Equity is the value of your property that can be utilised to give you a cash lump sum. The process by which this sum is …

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