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Rebecca Gunn - Residential Conveyancing

As an Associate Solicitor Rebecca specialises in all conveyancing areas. She has extensive experience in buy-to-let properties, Freeholds, Leaseholds, new builds and unregistered properties. She is able to offer an expert service and knowledge base to her clients. She always delivers a friendly, efficient and high quality service. Rebecca also has experience and expertise in Employment law and Commercial Property, particularly Compromise Agreements and Negotiation of commercial leases.

Rebecca's background is in residential property law and during her time at Edward Hands and Lewis she has also worked within the Employment Law department and Commercial Property department. Rebecca is  a specialist conveyancer who will be able to manage your property transaction no matter how complicated it may become.

Her recent successful cases include negotiating with the bank on her clients’ behalf when they were faced with having the property repossessed. Rebecca successful managed to postpone the possession hearing until the property was sold on the open market.

Rebecca's expertise has been recognised in the industry when she was short-listed for Leicestershire's Junior Lawyer 2014 by The Law Society.

Testimonials

"Thank you very much for all your help and advice. We were very impressed with your efficiency in ensuring that all went smoothly." - Mr. Moore

"Fantastic! Thanks for your work on this and expediting it so quickly. When I'm ready to buy another property I'll be in touch."  - Mr. Ravat

"Many thanks for this. And also for your very professional, responsive and efficient service. You have possibly given us the best conveyancing service ever, in our lifetime of buying and selling property; thus we will be recommending you to friends and also be in touch in the future ourselves." -  Amelia & John Platt

Rebecca Gunn is based at our Syston solicitors branch.


Experts Articles

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    When selling your property with Full title guarantee the following covenants are implied:- Has the right to sell the property That he will at his own cost do all that he reasonably can to ensure that the buyer has good title He is selling the property is free from all charges and encumbrances and all other rights… Learn more

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    Green deal payments are paid through the energy provider and pay for energy efficient works carried out to the property at no upfront cost, such as cavity wall insulation. However, confusion and possible disputes arise when the property that benefits from the Green Deal Scheme is rented out. The big question is, who pays? The… Learn more

  • Getting on the property ladder in 2015

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