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Conveyancing In Bagillt Q & A's


What will my searches cost?

Bagillt conveyancing searches ranges in cost, depending on the specific searches which have been ordered. Conveyancing searches are charged at cost.

Handling the legal work without the help of a conveyancing solicitor in Bagillt appears to be becoming possible as a buyer and seller of a house. However, would it actually be a good idea ?

Theoretically there are absolutely no arguments why you shouldn't conduct bulk of the legal work unaided. The truth is however that a conveyancing solicitor takes care of a large number of skilled tasks e.g. chasing notices/share certificates or representing the lender which require a qualified solicitor. In any event however, firms and their solicitors must obtain the applicable indemnity cover in order to protect you in the event of losses you encounter.

Do I need a solicitor?

The quick and easy answer is that you don’t. There is no legal imperative for you to employ a solicitor to handle the conveyancing when dealing with property. However, it would be rather unwise for you to carry out the work yourself because you probably won’t have the skills, knowledge and experience to perform many of the complex tasks, and you won’t possess the indemnity insurance that all solicitors are obliged to carry to protect clients in the event that something goes wrong.

You need to appoint a solicitor who is experienced, proactive and focused so that you have the best chance of completing your transaction as early as possible. You should also look for such a solicitor who also offers ‘No Completion, No Fee’ protection so that you will only be invoiced for the fees once your transaction has completed successfully.

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What specific things do I need to look out for if I’m buying a house on the coast?

With worsening weather and floods now becoming increasingly commonplace, with the media remarking on it in depth, buying a property that has a likelihood of flooding is a difficult decision to make. Not only is there the issue of cleaning up if it does flood, but insurance premiums will be much higher (and perhaps even prohibitive).

For homes in coastal areas, there is also the problem of coastal erosion, where some properties have been seen to literally fall into the sea.

However, the good news is that picking a home in a coastal region doesn’t automatically mean that it’s going to be subject to flooding or that it’s eventually going to slip into the sea. The searches ordered by your conveyancing solicitor will identify the level of risk associated with the property and, based on this, your solicitor may recommend that you take out specialist reports (e.g. from Landmark or other organisations) to get a more in-depth description of the risks and options. These are in addition to the standard set and will be charged to you as a disbursement at cost.

Your surveyor will also be able to identify evidence of previous floods and other problems during their inspection and provide advice in their report. If the problems are considered sufficiently severe, the surveyor may also note the specifics for further investigation by your conveyancing solicitor.

What is stamp duty and land transaction tax?

Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a proportion of the final sale price of a property payable to HMRC by the buyer. The current trigger threshold is for any property priced at £125,000 or over (unless you’re a first-time buyer, in which case you pay less or no tax for properties priced at less than £500,000). Your solicitor will handle the transfer of the tax as part of the final tasks on your conveyancing.

In Scotland, buyers have to pay Land and Buildings Transaction Tax and, in Wales, the Land Transaction Tax is triggered at properties priced over £180,000.

In all cases, the amount payable is based on a sliding scale as the price goes up as a proportion of that range added together than an overall flat tax amount or percentage. So, the higher the price goes up, the greater the amount of tax you have to pay.

Do we need a chancel search if I plan to buy in the parish of Flint?

A conveyancing lawyer might recommend a chancel search, whichever parish in which the residence being purchased is found. Although some parish councils have taken the decision to exact chancel repairs on owners of land subject to chancel liability, a conveyancing solicitor cannot verify that a parish which has not imposed liability will not automatically be the case for future owners. Even if liability is unlikely, indemnity insurance is a sensible precaution.

What authority is responsible for watching over the condition of conservation areas in Bagillt?

English Heritage have produced a list of the condition of conservation areas in England. Local conservation areas are designated by the local authority (Flintshire) who are responsible for everything from including things like plastic box signs, rear extensions and paths.

Do I need to get a chancel search if I am purchasing a Bagillt property close to a rectory?

Chancel repair can require home owners to cover the cost of maintenance of a local church. As a result of the Land Registration Act 2002, interest over any affected land must be registered by October 2013. This will make it easier to identify affected property through a chancel search. Your conveyancing solicitor can provide more details.