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Does the Conveyancing Process Differ When Buying a New Build?

Does the Conveyancing Process Differ When Buying a New Build?

The conveyancing process when buying a new build is different to the process of buying an older property. That’s why if you’re buying a new build, you must instruct a[...]

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What is a Long-Stop Completion Date When Buying a New Build?

A long-stop completion date is the date by which a new build must be finished. If it isn’t, the buyer has the right to cancel the contract and get their[...]

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Why Use a Conveyancing Solicitor When Buying a Property?

A conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer can identify any potential problems with your property purchase. This includes boundary issues, access rights, issues with the lease and even fraud. This gives[...]

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What Searches Do I Need When Buying a Property?

When buying a property, the basic searches you need are Land Registry searches, local authority searches, environmental searches and water authority searches. Your solicitor may also recommend some additional searches,[...]

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