In this section you will find lots of useful information on legal processes in respect of property
Whether you are buying or selling, renting or leasing, extending your lease or thinking about purchasing a buy to let home, there is something here for you.
BoundariesBoundaries Keep your old deeds safe… Contrary to popular belief, it has never been the Land Registry’s job to say
Building InsuranceBuilding Insurance A property should be insured by the buyer usually from exchange of contracts. Generally flats are insured by
Leasehold ExtensionsLeasehold Extensions If you are thinking of extending your lease or if you are buying a property with a short
Squatters’ Rights?Squatters’ Rights? “Squatter’s rights” The legal term for ‘Squatter’s rights’ is ‘Adverse Possession’. Generally, in order to have any chance
Step by step conveyancing guide to buying a houseStep by step conveyancing guide to buying a house Step One You instruct us. We will send you a full
When do I have to pay the balance of money dueWhen do I have to pay the balance of money due Whether you are buying or selling we will ask
Stamp Duty is changing in the UK from the 1st April 2016. As at that date any property which completes will be charged stamp duty at different rates
Searches Actually there a number of searches a lawyer will typically make. For instance environment searches are more and more.
Joint Ownership Unmarried? If you are not married, it is very important to legally agree now whether you each own…
Cybercrime & conveyancing Conveyancing clients and conveyancers have been targeted increasingly by sophisticated fraudsters over the last few years.
Surveys: Update and Advice A survey is essential | ‘Let the buyer beware’ | Valuations are not surveys Let the
Why title insurance? In recent years, the use of title insurance has increased considerably. There are many reasons for this.
What does exchange and completion mean?
What does exchange and completion mean? Exchange of contracts means we swap your signed part of the contract with the