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  • EHL Conveyancing Team
    Solicitors Conveyancing Fees for Moving House Explained
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    The blog will look into the conveyancing fees charged by a solicitor when moving house, looking into everything from how they are calculated to when they need to be paid. The average solicitor’s fees when moving house Depending on the location and value of the property that you are buying, legal fees can typically range… 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? Recently we have seen an increase in the number of people carrying our conveyancing, but are these searches necessary? What are conveyancing searches? Conveyancing searches are the research and due diligence that needs to take place to ensure that you know… Learn more

  • 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

  • After a conveyancing transaction: Post-completion
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    After a conveyancing transaction has formally completed for you freehold or leasehold property (usually when the keys are passed to the new owners and the purchase price for the property is paid), many may believe that there is nothing left to be done. However there are still matters to be dealt with after this stage… Learn more

  • Why have I been charged extra on my Leasehold purchase when I was quoted a lower amount?
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    When purchasing a leasehold property, it is important to bear in mind that the Conveyancing process will take longer than the purchase of a freehold property. The main reason for this is due to a third party being involved – known as the Landlord. When the Seller puts a Leasehold property up for sale, there… Learn more

  • At what point should a lease be extended?
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    A common question asked by our clients during the conveyancing process is whether or not a lease should be extended. This can depend on many factors and obligations by both the tenant and landlord. A leasehold property gives a leaseholder ownership for a determinate number of years. This ownership is subject to various covenants, rights… Learn more


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