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How to Choose the Right Conveyancing Solicitor

Choosing a conveyancing solicitor to lead you through possibly  the most expensive purchase you'll ever make can be very difficult – and for good reason! The average person moves home once every 17.3 years.  This means that you may not remember who your solicitor was for your last move; they...

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Residential Property Law

Boundary Disputes

Purchasing a house or a piece of land is a major decision.  It is important to understand the property boundaries and raise any concerns or queries with your property solicitor at the outset. Boundary disputes are quite common, with a wide variety of disputes arising in relation to the position of ...

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Conveyancing

Do you have to tell your buyers about noisy neighbours?

When selling, you will have to complete a Property Information Form which asks for details of any disputes or complaints regarding your property or a property nearby.  This includes any notices or correspondence received or sent from or to a neighbour, council or government department, or whether ...

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Conveyancing

Buying a new home? Why you need a Survey

Buying a house is usually the biggest investment you will make in your lifetime. So you have to make sure you do things right. Surveys are often the only way to find out exactly what you are buying, what repairs are needed, future maintenance and any other issues that are likely to crop up in the...

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