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Conveyancing fees

A solicitor will charge you a basic fee for undertaking the conveyancing work associated with the purchase of your property. This covers their time spent on taking your instruction, advising you, working on the contract refinements, liasing with the other party's solicitor, explaining the contract to you, obtaining your signature, exchanging contracts, investigating the title deeds, and basically dealing with all other related matters.



Conveyancing fees

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This is the legal work required for buying and selling a property. The conveyancing process essentially involves the transfer of "good title" or ownership from one party to another. It is a fairly complicated and longwinded process that involves untangling the legal jargon found in the title deeds, and checking the background of your property with the local authority and title searches.


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The legal transfer of real property (i.e. land and buildings) from one owner to another. Traditionally handled by solicitors, although it is possible to do your own conveyancing.




 
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