I have given 2 months notice to my current landlord and have to vacate my let out flat in Radcliffe by 28/5/2019. Conveyancing for my house purchase has just started. How realistic is it to complete in six weeks as don't want to have to find temporary accommodation?
The normal practice is not to serve notice for your lease unless your lawyer suggests that you should. Assuming that you have not already done so, notify to your conveyancer and request that they chase the other solicitors, try to an agreed time frame that all parties will aim towards
As someone with no idea as to conveyancing in Radcliffe what’s your top tip you can impart concerning the ownership transfer in Radcliffe
Not many law firms shout this from the rooftops but conveyancing in Radcliffe or throughout England and Wales is an adversarial process. Put another way, when it comes to conveyancing there is plenty of room for friction between you and other parties involved in the legal transfer of property. E.g., the vendor, property agent and on occasion the lender. Appointing a lawyer for your conveyancing in Radcliffe an important selection as your conveyancer is your adviser, and is the SOLE party in the legal process whose responsibility is to protect your legal interests and to keep you safe.
We are witnessing a distinct ongoing adversarial element to conveyancing- someone must be blamed for the process taking so long. You should always trust your solicitor above all other parties in the conveyancing process.
We are purchasing a house and the lawyer has referenced Chancel Repair to which the house may be obligated to pay as it falls into the area of such a church. She has mentioned insurance. Is this strictly necessary for conveyancing in Radcliffe
Unless a prior purchase of the premises completed after 12 October 2013 you can assume that conveyancing practitioners carrying out conveyancing in Radcliffe to remain recommending a chancel search and or insurance against a claim.
My husband and I are FTB’s - agreed a price, but the estate agent has warned us that the seller will only proceed if we use the agent's preferred lawyers as they need a ‘quick sale’. My instinct tells me that we should use a local conveyancer with experience of conveyancing in Radcliffe
We suspect that the owner is not behind this ultimatum. Should the seller desire ‘a quick sale', turning down a serious purchaser is is going to put the whole deal at risk. Avoid the agents and go straight to the sellers and explain that (a)you are motivated buyers (b)you are ready to progress, with mortgage lined up © you do not need to sell (d) you wish to move quickly (e)but you intend to appoint your own,trusted Radcliffe conveyancing lawyers - not the ones that will give their estate agent a commission or achieve conveyancing figures set by senior management.
We are in the midst of a leasehold sale of a flat in Radcliffe. Conveyancing is fine but we are being charged an extortionate amount from the landlord. So far we have forked out £268 for a leasehold management pack and then another £118 for additional queries raised by the purchaser's conveyancer.
Neither you or your lawyer will have any impact over the extent of the bill for this information however the average fee for the information for Radcliffe leasehold premises is £350. When it comes to Radcliffe conveyancing transactions it is conventional for the seller to cover the charges. The freeholder or their agents are not duty bound to address these questions most will be willing to do so - albeit often at exorbitant prices disproportionate to the work involved. Unfortunately there is no statute that mandates set charges for administrative tasks. There is no set time limit by which they are obliged to issue answers.