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  • Ella Snowdon - Residential Conveyancing
    What ‘sold as seen’ actually means
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    What does it mean to purchase a property that is “sold as seen”? There are a number of types of transaction where a property is said to be “sold as seen” such as repossession properties, properties being sold by a company and properties being sold as part of a deceased Estate. All of these transactions… Learn more

  • Helen Sanderson - Residential Conveyancing
    Failure to complete on a Conveyancing transaction
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    Conveyancing often has an “exchange” date and a date of “completion”.  Sometimes these are on the same day, but more often there is a period of time between the exchange of contracts and the completion date. In English Law it is the date of exchange that is the first stage of the legal obligations, and… Learn more

  • Chris Barber - Residential Conveyancing
    Property and parents helping with deposits
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    Parental support in buying property There are two key ways in which parental support works. The first is where the parent lends (or gifts) the deposit, but then the property is just in the child’s name. The second is where there is a shared ownership, and the parent treats their interest in the property as… Learn more

  • Chris Barber - Residential Conveyancing
    Buying or selling a house in Market Harborough
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      Edward Hands & Lewis Solicitors are accredited with the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, the gold standard awarded by the Law Society for solicitors providing conveyancing services.  We continue to aim for even higher standards and have won awards for our client service and offer our conveyancing expertise to Market Harborough and the surrounding area. Buying a house… Learn more

  • Georgia McDonnell - Employment
    Conveyancing Timescales
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    Christmas is fast approaching and with many of us focusing on the release of the John Lewis Christmas advert and thinking what we are going to purchase for our loved ones, some of you may be thinking of a purchase or sale on a much larger scale, just in time for Christmas… a property.  … Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Are Conveyancing Searches Necessary?
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    This blog will look into answering the commonly asked question, are conveyancing searches necessary? What are conveyancing searches? Conveyancing searches are the research and due diligence that need to take place to ensure that you know everything you need to know about the property and land that you are buying.  Often buying a house is… Learn more

  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Guide to Buy to Let
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    Buy to Let is a term that really came into common knowledge during the rental property boom of the early 21st century when mortgages of all kinds were at their easiest to get approved, and a relatively large number of people started to view property investment as a legitimate alternative to a pension. In a buoyant… Learn more

  • Rebecca Gunn - Residential Conveyancing
    A license to occupy blog
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    A licence can sometimes be mistaken for a lease but they are very different. A licence is permission to do something on the person’s giving the licence’s land and the most common type of licence within the conveyancing world is the licence to occupy. The right is personal  and is not meant to confer an… Learn more

  • Josh Clarke - Business Law
    What does it mean to ‘deduce title’?
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    During a residential conveyancing transaction, there is a requirement on the seller’s solicitors to deduce title. This occurs as an initial stage in the transaction, before exchange, and is forwarded to the purchaser’s solicitors.             In order for the title of the property to be fully investigated by the purchaser’s… Learn more

  • Neusha Mazaher - Litigation
    What remortgage means – Everything you need to know
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                    A ‘remortgage’ is the process of redeeming a current mortgage secured on a property and obtaining a new mortgage in its place. Reasons to remortgage             There are many different reasons people decide to remortgage: Perhaps a different lender has offered a more… Learn more

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