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Conveyancing in Lutterworth Q & A's

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Ask Lorraine a question lorraine@homewardlegal.co.uk

Updated: 15/10/17

Regional services information

Lutterworth is roughly 1/4m of junction entry 20 Northbound of the M1.

The closest airport to Lutterworth is Coventry Airport. Birmingham Airport is 23 miles and away. The nearest station to Lutterworth is Rugby.

Feilding Palmer Cottage Lutterworth is a relatively close hospital to Lutterworth.

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We are trying to find an affordable Lutterworth conveyancing quote. What should we check?

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The lack of clarity surrounding this point catches out many buyers, and can leave them paying far more in fees than they budgeted. Many solicitors promote theoretically cheap conveyancing quotes, but additional fees can increase the final bill. Any extra costs included in the small print should be reasonable. They only come into force where your conveyancer must perform additional tasks , which could not be anticipated at the start of the process. Based on the property you intend to buy, our online quote calculator will generate an accurate statement of conveyancing fees.

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Is contaminated land in Lutterworth a problem for residential properties?

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Several contaminants caused by natural causes can harm the resale value of land, like waste disposal sites. An environmental search should offer more information. Contamination in Lutterworth can be caused by local waste sites, such as Copston Magna, Copston Lane, Leicestershire, LE17 5AT.

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The residence being purchased is on a former industrial site. Can the topsoil still be contaminated?

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Lutterworth industry, agriculture and the natural environment can cause soil contamination. Data on many contaminants, such as asbestos, will be included in an environmental search.

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What will the council tax cost for a investment Band G maisonette in Lutterworth?

The pertinent band will ordinarily be detailed within the conveyancer's title report along with the local authority. The correct rates for residents of Lutterworth are set out in detail at the Harborough local authority site. At the time of authoring on 22 November 2012 the rates are:

  • Band A - £996.00
  • Band B - £1,162.00
  • Band C - £1,328.00
  • Band D - £1,494.00
  • Band E - £1,826.00
  • Band F - £2,158.00
  • Band G - £2,489.00
  • Band H - £2,987.00

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How is Stamp Duty Land Tax determined and how much will it be on a £432000 Lutterworth residence?

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Stamp Duty Land Tax will depend on several factors, including the purchase price. Stamp duty will be £12960 on a £432000 property.

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Does a conveyancing solicitor in Lutterworth report back on the risk and history of local flooding in the Lutterworth area?

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An experienced conveyancing solicitor makes an application for environmental searches that incorporate Lutterworth historical flood risk information. In addition your conveyancer in Lutterworth may recommend a more involved (e.g. Landmark) detailed local Lutterworth area flood risk search.

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What causes Lutterworth property legal work for a sale to take weeks to complete? Isn't it just filing paperwork?

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The conveyancing process could experience delays. We strive to minimise their consequences by using fast search providers.

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What will the Lutterworth conveyancing solicitor recommend if the flat I am buying is situated in a Harborough local authority conservation area which has ill-suited new windows installed?

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Harborough council LLC1 searches conducted by a property lawyer during the conveyancing process will confirm if the property is inside a conservation area and any evidence of permission for modifications will be required. If no local authority consents can be provided your conveyancing solicitor will inform you of the alternatives which include requesting an indemnity insurance or requesting retrospective permission from the council.