Meaby & Co Specialist Conveyancing Lawyers, Soho, Camberwell and Chigwell
What is Conveyancing?
Conveyancing is the area of law concerned with buying and selling of property. The process involves the preparation of legal documents that transfer ownership of the property from the seller to the buyer. The property may be residential or commercial, freehold or leasehold.
When should I instruct a solicitor?
If you are selling your property you will probably find it useful to speak with a solicitor before you have actually sold the property. By instructing your solicitor in good time the process will often complete more quickly and smoothly.
Buyers often only instruct a solicitor once they have had an offer accepted as there is no advantage in instructing early.
The conveyancing process starts when an offer on a property is accepted and a solicitor is instructed and finishes when the keys are handed over.
What does buying and selling a property involve?
You may also find it useful to read this Law Society Guide to Buying a Home. for full details of the conveyancing process.
How can Meaby & Co Help?
Obviously each client needs something different from their legal team and we tailor our property advice to suit you. We understand that buying or selling a property can be stressful and we aim to do all we can to ensure each transaction completes with speed and accuracy.
Here’s how we provide a tailored, efficient and stress-free service across all aspects of residential property law and conveyancing.
• At the beginning of the process we will consult with you to obtain full, detailed instructions so that we understand your requirements and you understand the process. This minimises any delays right from the beginning.
• We’ll keep in touch using plain English rather than legal jargon.
• We will make sure all parties involved in the process are up-to-dated, from estate agents and banks to ensure the transaction proceeds to smooth completion.
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