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  1. Fixed Price Conveyancing
    Our solicitors carry out all the conveyancing work for your house move for a fixed fee.
  2. No-Completion protection*
    You will not be charged any solicitors fees, if for any reason your transaction does not complete.
  3. Local CQS-accredited Solicitors
    With local experience, our solicitors will lead you through the whole of your sale or purchase.
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Conveyancing In Leiston Q & A's


What does our conveyancing searches cost?

Conveyancing searches ranges in cost, and will be dependent on your lender's requirements. A conveyancing solicitor will order a bundle generally including a chancel liability search.

There are many on and offline resources on the subject of do it yourself conveyancing. Do I really have to use property solicitor in Leiston ?

There is absolutely no argument why you should not conduct majority of the your own conveyancing without the help of an expert property solicitor in Leiston. However, a solicitor typically handles a large number of jobs such as understanding the practical side of the process and checking the lease which are more safely handled with appropriate a skilled professional.

Critically amateur lawyers are taking risks without the applicable indemnity insurance which qualified solicitors firms need to carry.

How soon should we find a solicitor?

Whether you are buying or selling in Leiston, the sooner you instruct a solicitor, the better, as there are several tasks that may be performed straight away. Prompt instruction of a conveyancing firm for a purchase enables your offer may be taken more seriously if you already have a solicitor instructed, or, if you are selling a property, paperwork can be prepared, even before a buyer is found.

Do fixtures and fittings include things like beds?

There is no strict definition of fixtures and fittings, resulting in considerable confusion once the buyer moves in and some items which the buyer assumed would be left behind are taken by the sellers when they move out. Completion or agreement of a fixtures and fittings form is unfortunately often left to the last minute, when a dispute may jeopordise the transaction.

When we are purchasing in Leiston on the same street as priory land, will you need a chancel search?

As a result of chancel repair liability, the owners of property in Leiston which was once owned by a 'lay rectors' can be liable for maintenance of churches. Terms used in a property's name, like 'vicarage', may indicate chancel liability. Leiston church lands include St Margaret.

What authority is responsible for policing the state of repair of the conservation areas in Leiston?

English Heritage, a government body, have assembled details about the condition (poor to good) of conservation areas along with the vulnerability. Local Leiston conservation areas are created by the local authority (Suffolk Coastal) who police the state of the area including things like street guard rails, rear extensions and building materials used.

With a property ready to buy, with no mortgage, can we aim for a fast completion in Leiston?

As is widely reported, a fast transaction is essential to is to use a experienced conveyancing solicitor. There are several tasks you, as the purchaser, could do to get moving sooner. These include:

  • requesting status updates from the conveyancing solicitor regularly
  • replying to your conveyancing solicitor by phone, fax or email
  • arranging any finances require to complete the purchase

Alliance and Leicester will be our mortgage lender, what will we need to be aware of?

A small number of lenders are now reducing the size of their 'solicitor panel'. This can mean greater legal costs for buyers. We can act on behalf of the vast majority of lenders so that the buyer will not have to pay legal costs to your lender's solicitor.