Conveyancing In Brackley Q & A's
Who do I give the appliance warranties to if they are being left at the property I’m selling?
If you are leaving what is generally termed ‘white goods’ at the property you are selling, which are still in warranty, the documentation should be given to your solicitor so that any warranties can be given to the buyer’s solicitor as part of the contract.
Note that, should you be leaving any electrical (or other) items at the property, this should be made clear on the Fixtures and Fittings Form (TA10) and agreed as early as possible between you and the buyers, particularly if you want financial recompense in so doing.
We are planning to buy a property, is it that necessary that conveyancing searches are performed?
These searches are a typical bundle of questions ordered by the solicitor, for example a mining search, and only relate to the legal aspects of the purchase.
I have requested a conveyancing quote from you. Will we be charged any additional fees?
It is unfortunate that sellers need to be watchful for extra costs hidden in a quote's terms and conditions. We do not charge any additional charges. Be aware that some solicitors only estimate conveyancing costs, which they will not be required to adhere to.
What will the cost of searches come to?
With a Homeward Legal solicitor, you will be expected to pay no more than £249 for the standard search bundle. Searches are disbursements, and are charged at cost.
The internet has many useful publications going into great depth on doing the legal work yourself. Do I therefore need to instruct a conveyancing solicitor in Brackley for my home move?
If you are so inclined have a stab you can undertake the conveyancing without having an instructed Brackley property solicitor .
The truth is however that a solicitor typically handles a large array of exercises e.g. chasing retention releases and interpreting management accounts most of which are more safely handled with appropriate the relevant training.
Fundamentally have a go conveyancers do not have sufficient cover which all solicitors firms are bound to carry.