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Conveyancing in Frenchay Common Q & A's

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Updated: 22/04/18

Read about the area ;

Frenchay Common's nearest train station is Bristol Parkway at 2 miles. Bristol Airport is 11 miles from Frenchay Common.

Frenchay Common is very close at around 1/2m of the M32 junction entry 1 Southbound.

Frenchay Bristol hospital is relatively close to Frenchay Common.

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We need to find a low cost conveyancing quote in Frenchay Common. What is included?

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Many firms advertise theoretically cheap conveyancing quotes, but additional costs can pad your final invoice.

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Is a house survey necessary when we are purchasing a property in Frenchay Common?

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It is firmly advised that all purchasers in Frenchay Common book an inspection. It is a fact that there are many defects that can affect a property, that will not be addressed during the conveyancing process, for example settlement and dry rot.

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I have found a growing number very helpful handbooks going into great depth on doing the legal work yourself e.g. Conveyancing Forms and Procedures by Annette Goss, Lorraine Richardson and Michael Taylor . Do I actually need to spend money on a solicitor in Frenchay Common ?

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If you want to do so, you can conceivably look after the bulk of the legal process without instructing a proficient conveyancing solicitor in Frenchay Common .

All solicitors firms would suggest this is a potentially hazardous thing to do as DIY conveyancers are not covered by the applicable insurance cover that firms and their solicitors will take out.

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Is there any detailed free data on the standard of conservation areas in Frenchay Common?

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Following a campaign, English Heritage now maintain a list of the state of conservation areas. Conservation are issues, such as upkeep of paths, addition of hard standings to the front of properties or advertising hoardings are dealt with by the local South Gloucestershire planning authority.

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Will I need to get a chancel search? We are purchasing close to a church furlong in Frenchay Common.

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The outcome of a court case between a parish council and owners of neighbouring farmland liable for church repairs confirmed that chancel repair liability could be enforced. Terms used in a property's name, like 'vicarage', may indicate chancel liability. The solicitor carrying out the legal work for your move will confirm that a chancel search is appropriate.

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We plan to purchase a chapel in Stapleton. Is a chancel search compulsory?

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The solicitor should confirm that a chancel search be ordered, whichever parish in which the home being purchased is located. Although some Parochial Church Councils have determined to impose chancel repairs on the owners of affected property, there is no guarantee that a parish in which lay rectors have not been expected to pay chancel repair dues recently will not continue to be so. Even if liability is unlikely, indemnity insurance is a sensible precaution.

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Which of the Frenchay Common mortgage lender panels are you a member of?

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Most lenders in Frenchay Common are on our Frenchay Common solicitors' panel. Frenchay Common lenders and mortgage specialists include Imagine Mortgages Ltd, 1 Straits Pde, Bristol, BS16 2LA, Bristol Mortgage Centre, 140 Whiteladies Rd, Bristol, BS8 2RS, and Mortgage Cafe, Centre Gate/Colston Av, Bristol, BS1 4TR.

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Can you advise how to defer paying stamp duty?

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Stamp Duty Land Tax is payable on homes sold for more than 125,000 pounds. We do not recommend clients undertake any stamp duty mitigation. These schemes are costly and , if the scheme fails, you may be charged a penalty of up to 100% of the stamp duty amount owed. There have been a range of legal initiatives, such as for first-time buyers.