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Aimee Pyrah - Residential Conveyancing

Aimee joined EHL in November 2016 after almost a decade of working in customer service roles, including three years spent at a conveyancing firm. As part of Aimee’s role she deals with Freehold, Leasehold, new-build, buy-to-let and unregistered properties.

Aimee is committed to client care and provides her clients with a brilliant service. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact her on her direct email address and telephone number.

Experts Articles

  • The difference between joint tenants and tenants in common

    You must decide which type of joint ownership you want if you buy, inherit or become a trustee of a property with someone else. You tell the Land Registry about this when you register the property. You can own a property as either ‘joint tenants’ or ‘tenants in common’. The type of ownership affects what you… Learn more

  • What you need to know about accident at work claims

    What you need to know about accident at work claims As stated in the 2015/2016 the Labour Force Survey, 621,000 injuries were suffered, and 144 employees died, as a result of an accident at work over the last year. Given the high volume of accidents that occur during the course of employment each year, it… Learn more

  • Bank Accounts and Mental Capacity

    Bank Accounts and Mental Capacity   When discussing Lasting Powers of Attorneys (LPAs) with my clients, I am often asked if they are necessary. Surely if you have a joint bank account with your partner, a financial LPA is not needed? The assumption is that if you lose mental capacity then your nominated relative has… Learn more

  • Power Of Attorney

    Power Of Attorney A power of attorney is a legal document that allows a person to assign another to act on their behalf. This person is known as the donor. The donor will see a solicitor to draft an arrangement by assigning an individual or multiple people to act on their behalf under certain circumstances,… Learn more

  • Road Traffic Accidents – What You Can & Can’t Claim For

    Our expert Personal Injury specialist Alex Speed answers common FAQs about what you can and can’t claim for following a road traffic accident: Q: Can I claim if the accident was partly my fault? A: Yes, you can still claim but you shouldn’t expect as much compensation as someone who had been in an accident… Learn more

  • Food Poisoning – Sickness on holiday or at home

    The summer holiday season is a time for relaxation and enjoyment. Unfortunately, whilst some are lucky enough to go on holiday abroad some are unlucky enough to suffer from some form of food poisoning. Being ill is one of the last things that you want whilst trying to enjoy yourself on holiday. You have worked… Learn more

  • 500,000 older people in the UK are abused each year

      Over 500,000 older people in the UK are abused each year. This can take place anywhere, for example in a care home, their own home while being taken care of by a carer, or even in a hospital. The abuse can take forms of many types, including physical, psychological, financial, neglect and in some… Learn more

  • What is Meant by the Term ‘Full Title Guarantee’?

    When drafting the contract, the seller’s solicitors must decide whether the seller will promise to dispose of the land with ‘full title guarantee’, ‘limited title guarantee’, or refuse to give any title guarantee at all. The inclusion of the statement ‘the seller sells with full title guarantee’ on a contract will give the buyer the… Learn more

  • Is Help to Buy only for New Homes?

    Is this a question that has been playing on your mind?               An article posted by the Telegraph stated that a third of first time buyers do not fully understand the Government Help to Buy scheme. If this is the case for you, below are the general points: The Government… Learn more

  • Exchange of contracts– What to expect when you are exchanging

    Congratulations you have exchanged contracts on your house, but what does this actually mean?               Exchanging contracts is the penultimate step in the purchase of your house, which occurs after a solicitor has carried out all necessary searches and enquiries. At this point there is an agreement between both… Learn more

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