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Conveyancing In Bramley Q & A's


What length of time should I expect it to take my designated conveyancing solicitor to conclude all of the legal process on a semi detached Victorian house we hope to buy?

The legal process can take anywhere between around a month and twelve weeks dependent on a number of factors, for example the efficiency of the sellers lawyer, or the speed of managing agents. Our chosen conveyancing solicitors are extremely focused on pushing transactions through, completing as promptly as realistically possible.

What does the Bramley property solicitor recommend if the building is located in a Leeds planning authority conservation area which has inappropriate artificial stone cladding added?

Leeds planning authority LLC1 searches conducted by your Bramley property lawyer during the legal process should find out whether the property is within a designated conservation area and any evidence of consent for additions to the property will be supplied.Should no suitable consents be available your conveyancing solicitor will recommend all options which can include taking out an indemnity insurance policy or seeking retrospective permission from the planning authority.

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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We have a found a freehold property to buy. How do we guarantee a fast conveyancing transaction?

Importantly, a fast transaction is essential to is to employing a proactive, diligent conveyancer. There are numerous things you as the buyer could do, such as, encouraging your conveyancer to carry out searches promptly, completing all forms as soon as possible and organising your finances, including arranging a mortgage.

Which local authority looks after Bramley?

Bramley is located in Leeds City Council, Civic Hall, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 1UR, Call: 0113 222 4444

The home I’m buying has been empty for two years; what questions should I be asking the solicitor, the estate agent, and the surveyor?

If a home has been empty for a considerable period (such as the two years mentioned here), there’s usually a reason for it. There is estimated to be around a quarter of a million properties in the country that have been empty for more than 6 months.

The primary reason is that the owner hasn’t the funds to renovate the property, or they’ve started gutting the place and run out of money to take it further, or perhaps there’s been a significant problem (e.g. fire or flood are common instances). Most likely, these properties will come up at auction.

Your estate agent will be aware of its history if the property is on their books, so you can find out a lot from them, the council will have an empty property officer, and the Land Registry will have information on the deeds. As far as the solicitor is concerned, they will establish the position on the property as part of the conveyancing, while the surveyor will have experience of checking out such properties, with the advice that you order a Building Survey (the most detailed of the options) to check out its structural integrity. Note that mortgage lenders will be more reluctant to offer a loan on such homes.

Ultimately, the ball is in your court and, if you want to pursue buying such a property, you need to be prepared to do the research, which can take up a lot of time.

The moving process can be bewildering and stressful. Let Homeward Legal look after the legal side of things for you and we'll guide you through the process from start to end. Call 0800 038 6699 to find out more.