How Conveyancing Can Work For You
Published: 30th March 2017
If not managed properly, buying or selling a house can be a stressful and complicated process. The amount of legislations and restrictions that are necessary for a smooth transaction can be very frustrating. If you’re in this position you’re going to need a conveyancing solicitor to help manage and professionally oversee the transfer of property.
Liddy’s Solicitors are based in Wakefield and are experts in conveyance law and licensing. Our solicitors are highly qualified specialists in all aspects of conveyancing. We offer an extremely personal service keeping you constantly informed from the offset and throughout.
You will already have enough to worry about during this process so we’ll help it go through smoothly so you can relax. Buying a property will most likely be one of the biggest investments you’ll make, but you can have confidence that it is the in the best hands possible.
Also, while we know we can offer you the most supportive service possible we’re also confident we can offer the best price in the Wakefield area. If you find a solicitor that offers what we do for cheaper, we’ll match it.
We also believe transparency is key. We work on a fixed fee only basis so what you’re quoted is what you’ll pay. This covers you from any surprise costs that are common in the conveyancing industry.
So what actually is conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the administrative and legal work associated with the transfer of ownership of land or buildings from one owner to another. Conveyancing begins as soon as the offers has been accepted and ends at the completion of the purchase.
What can a conveyance solicitor can do for you?
A well-experienced conveyancing solicitor is required to handle all the legal aspects of the process, including contracts and legal advice. For example, a conveyance surveyor will make you aware of any incurring costs you may face during the deal and give you the necessary legal advice. Such costs often include things like ‘stamp duty’.
Liddy’s solicitors also conduct vital searches with organisations such as local authorties or utility companies. This is so you can be made aware of any future plans in the area. For example, if any building works are going to be completed near your home which may affect the value and/or quality of life.
It is also the job of conveyance solicitor to find out where the property boundaries are. This is needed if you want to make any renovations, or add an extension, for example and don’t want to be liable in any legal disputes.
There are many things that a conveyancing solicitor can do for you. Liddy’s solicitors are experts in conveyance law. If you want any more information the give us a call on 01924 780 753.