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Buying property during the Stamp Duty holiday

The Stamp Duty holiday has recently been extended in an attempt to keep the property market active. The current rate of 0 per cent payable on the first £500,000 will continue until 30 June 2021. From then until 30 September 2021, the rate will be 0 per cent on the first £250,000, returning to the ...

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The key stages of selling your home

Once you have accepted an offer on your property, your Estate Agent will ask you to provide the name of your solicitor. There are many solicitors that offer conveyancing services but the costs do vary dramatically. As with any service, make sure you speak with the company first to ensure that you...

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How can law firms prevent money laundering?

Money laundering has one purpose: to turn the proceeds of crime into cash or property that looks legitimate and can be used without suspicion. Anti-money laundering refers to a set of laws, regulations, and procedures intended to prevent criminals from disguising illegally obtained funds as...

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