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Recently asked questions about conveyancing in Alresford

We are due to exchange on the purchase of a property in Alresford but as a result of damage from the recent storms I have was able negotiate compensation from the seller of three thousand pounds by way of a deduction in the price. This was going to be addressed as part of amending the contract yet Principality will not permit this. Why were they informed?

Any solicitor being on a Principality conveyancing panel is obliged to advise Principality of any changes to the purchase price. If you prohibit your conveyancing practitioner to disclose the price change to Principality then they would have to discontinue acting for you. In addition, Principality and you would have to appoint a new property lawyer for your conveyancing in Alresford.

My lender has suggested solicitors on their panel based in Alresford but I would rather instruct a conveyancing lawyer in Alresford or nearer to where I live. Can you assist?

It is by no means the case that all Alresford conveyancing practices are approved and listed on all banks conveyancing panel. Please make the most of our search tool to locate a Alresford conveyancing firm on the on the mortgage company panel.

What is the difference between a licensed conveyancer and conveyancing solicitor in Alresford

There are two types of lawyers who can execute conveyancing in Alresford namely CLC regulated conveyancers or solicitors. Both professionals provide conveyancing services that required to complete the sale or acquisition of property. Both are duty bound to handle Alresford conveyancing on similar quality and guidelines so you can be safe in the knowledge that your conveyancing will be professionally conducted and that all necessary procedures will be correctly followed.

My uncle pointed out to me me that in buying a property in Alresford there may be a number of restrictions preventing external alterations to a property. Is this right?

There are a number of properties in Alresford which have some sort of restriction or requirement of consent to external alterations. Part of the conveyancing in Alresford should determine what restrictions are applicable and advising you as part of a ROT that should be sent to you.

I am buying a 3 bedroom semi in Alresford. We would like to carry out a loft conversion at the property.Will legal due diligence on the property involve checks to see if these works were previously refused?

Your solicitor should check the deeds as conveyancing in Alresford will sometimes identify restrictions in the title deeds which prevent certain changes or require the consent of a 3rd party. Many additions need local authority planning consent and approval in accordance building regulations. Certain locations are designated conservation areas and special planning restrictions apply which often prevent or affect extensions. It would be sensible to check these issues with a surveyor ahead of any purchase.

In my capacity as executor for the estate of my uncle I am selling a property in Monmouth but reside in Alresford. My lawyer (who is 200 kilometers from mehas requested that I sign a stat dec ahead of completion. Could you suggest a conveyancing practitioner in Alresford who can attest this legal document for me?

Technically speaking you are not likely to need to have the documents witnessed by a conveyancing solicitor. Ordinarily any notary public or solicitor will be fine regardless of whether they are Alresford based

My in 2007. He has got married, divorced and has recently remarried. He will be marketing the property in a few months. I suspect that he will simply be requested to supply copies of his marriage certificates to the lawyer but he is worried it will hold up the conveyancing. Is it worth updating the Land Registry information for the house?

It is not absolutely necessary to update the register providing you have the proof needed to show how the name change resulted.

Any buyer’s lawyer should examine the title entries and ask for evidence to establish the change of name e.g. marriage documentation.

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