BUYING A PROPERTY
The legal work involved in Buying a property is also known as Conveyancing and it involves the work carried out by a solicitor in order to Buy a property. Our clients include, first time buyers, people trading up or down and residential buy to let investors.
The work includes reviewing the title deeds or documents (the paperwork showing the chain of ownership of the property and it usually includes planning documents); reviewing the Contract for Sale (the terms and conditions governing the sale or purchase of the property prepared by the Seller’s solicitor); dealing with the Bank or mortgage broker and the solicitor for the seller also known as the vendor. When the property has been purchased, your solicitor will register the detail of your mortgage and your ownership of the property in the Property Registration Authority.
If there are any legal issues with the title deeds i.e. lost or missing title deeds, a planning issue, a boundary or right of way issue or an issue with the registration of the current or previous owners, our experienced solicitors will advise you on the right course of action.
As Specialist Solicitors in Property, we are happy to assist or advise you on any aspect of your property sale, purchase or re-mortgage. If you need more information, you can contact us.
After discussing your situation with you, we can advise you how to proceed. We look forward to hearing from you.
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