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Do I Need A Solicitor And Conveyancer?

When you buy or sell a property in England and Wales, you need to hire a legal professional to act on your behalf. This person can either be a Conveyancing Solicitor or a Licensed Conveyancer. Both these professionals have very different educational and professional backgrounds, so which should you choose? When you search for a […]

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Do I Need To Use A Local Solicitor To Buy Or Sell My House?

There are a lot of questions you may be asking yourself when it comes to choosing your conveyancing solicitor. One of those will likely be: Do I Need To Use A Local Solicitor To Buy Or Sell My House? This article will hopefully help you come to a decision about this… When it comes to […]

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Explanation Of Conveyancing Legal Terms

Buying and selling houses involves a lot of complicated legal processes; referred to in a number of technical ways. We’ve put together a glossary of common terms to help you understand your conveyancing journey. Abstract of Title This is a schedule listing the documents that set out the history of ownership of a property. Adopted […]

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Conveyancing Solicitors Must Publish Fees For Greater Transparency

The CMA (Competition & Markets Authority) believes consumers “find it hard to make informed choices because there is very little transparency about price, service and quality… This lack of transparency weakens competition between providers.” As from December 2018, conveyancing solicitors in England and Wales are legally obliged to publish their fees on their websites. Until […]

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Licenced Conveyancers To Publish Prices Online

  As the process of buying and selling properties is becoming more transparent, new regulations are evolving continuously. The most recent change is going to be that conveyancers will be required to publish their service standards and prices online. The Council for Licensed Conveyancers says this is to help consumers make informed choices when they need a lawyer, […]

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How Long Do Solicitors Take To Exchange Contracts?

On average, the exchange of contracts for a property purchase in the UK takes six-eight weeks. However, the conveyancing process can be longer or shorter depending on the complexity of the purchase. When do I exchange contracts? Exchange usually takes place seven to 28 days before completion, although it is possible to exchange and complete […]

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Why Do Solicitors Take So Long To Exchange Contracts?

Many people often wonder why it takes so long for solicitors to exchange contracts, whether it is a sale or purchase. Sale and purchases are split in terms of the work that’s needed. Both sales and purchases have pre-exchange and post-exchange work, although it’s worth knowing that these two are not equal in terms of […]

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What Is The Difference Between A Solicitor And A Conveyancer?

When buying and selling property, this is one of the first questions you should ask. Knowing the difference between a solicitor and a conveyancer will help you to employ the right person for the job, saving you money or ensuring you have the legal backup you require. What is the difference between a solicitor and […]

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How To Choose A Solicitor For Conveyancing

Finding a good conveyancing solicitor will make the process of buying and selling your property run much more smoothly. But how do you find a really good solicitor to handle your conveyancing? What is conveyancing? Put simply, conveyancing is the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property from the seller to the buyer. […]

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What Does A Property Conveyancer Do?

Conveyancing is an essential aspect in the process for buying and selling properties and can be conducted by a professional conveyancer or a solicitor. The conveyancer ensures that all legal obligations are fulfilled in the property sale or purchase and assists with settlement of the sums of money due and transfer of title to the […]

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