Bartletts have extensive experience in dealing with all types of residential and commercial conveyancing work including shared ownership leases, low cost unit schemes, lease extension and enfranchisement. With 150 years experience in this field of law Bartletts take care of all your conveyancing requirements.
We offer a personal service, where the same experienced Conveyancer will handle your transaction from start to finish. We are always happy to deal with any queries you may have along the way. Our friendly support staff and Senior Solicitors and Partners can advise on any connected legal implications, such as tax advice should you need it.
Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring ownership of property. Conveyancing takes place when selling or purchasing and is essential for the granting of a mortgage. A Conveyancing transaction normally comprises the exchange of contracts and completion, meaning that the equitable and legal titles are transferred. There are three parts to a Conveyance, the pre-contract stage, pre-completion and post completion.
The Conveyancing process can seem daunting and at times it can be quite stressful. The agreement to buy/sell between the parties is not legally binding until written contracts are exchanged. If there is a chain involved you will not be able to move into your home until the seller has secured a place to live and this can take some time. Complications may arise along the way, for example if the searches find setbacks with the property or adjoining land. Steps can be taken to minimise the stress involved. Because the seller doesn’t have to tell you about potential problems the property may have, enquiries can be made and the seller must reply truthfully to all enquiries.
For further information or advice about Residential Conveyancing please contact Bartletts Solicitors today on Freephone 0800 988 3674, or 01244 311 633 email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the blue button below to make an online enquiry.
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