Conveyancing

You will find our Conveyancing Fees as ‘signed posted’ on our web site. Please note these fees are what we would intend to charge you being based on the Price. On occasions fees can be higher once we have had sight of specific documents, but before we can charge you any higher fee we would give you written notification explaining the reasons and seek your agreement.

Our Fees shown on this site do NOT include Disbursements. Disbursements are costs related to your matter that are payable to third parties such as search fees. We handle the payment of the disbursements on your behalf to ensure a smoother process. There are certain disbursements which will be set out in our written quote which we send to you before the start of the transaction. However such list will NOT be exhaustive and other disbursements may accrue as the matter proceeds. We will endeavour to keep you advised on any additional disbursements but this may not always be possible.

Indemnity Insurance is becoming a staple diet of 21st Century Conveyancing being usually a cheap and quick way to correct a problem with the title to a Property or where Planning Permission or Building Regulation Compliance has been previously overlooked. Where you are required to fund the Policy we will send you the draft Policies with an Insurance Product Information Document and a Demands and Needs Statement. This will be shown on your Conveyancing Statement that we will prepare.

The Stamp Duty Land Tax / Welsh Land Transaction Tax is a disbursement. The Tax will depend on the price that you are paying for a Property. Please use the HMRC Calculator or Welsh Revenue Authority Calculator.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/hmrc-tools-and-calculators

https://beta.gov.wales/land-transaction-tax-calculator

Land Registration Fees are disbursements. The Fee will depend on the price that you are paying for a Property, the type of application and whether we can send the application electronically to the Land Registry. Our Quote may not always contain the correct fee if we have not seen the documentation but we would endeavour to bring this to your attention when possible. Please use the Land Registry Fee Calculator:

http://landregistry.data.gov.uk/fees-calculator.html

We are totally transparent in terms of the Services that we provide and we believe the best way that Clients can understand the Conveyancing Process is to look it as “a Journey”- Each Stage is a Railway Station on your Journey. Below we give you an Itinerary so you are aware of the Stations that you will travel pass on the way to your Destination.

  • Freehold Sale or Purchase
  • Leasehold Sale or Purchase
  • Mortgage & Re-Mortgage
  • Transfer of Equity

Your Purchase Journey

  • Take your instructions and give initial advice
  • Check finances are in place to fund purchase and contact lender solicitors if needed
  • Receive and advise on contract documents
  • Check the Title to the Property
  • Carry out Searches
  • Obtain further planning documentation if necessary
  • Raise enquiries with the Seller’s Solicitors
  • Give you advice on all documents and information received
  • Explain your Mortgage Offer
  • Advise you on all conveyancing aspects by way of Report and or Meeting with you
  • Arrange for you to sign the Contract
  • Advise you on joint-ownership
  • Draft the land registry transfer and arrange for you to sign it
  • Arrange for you to sign the Mortgage Deed
  • Attend to any Legal Indemnity Insurance Policy which may be needed
  • Draft Requisitions (questions on title and completion arrangements)
  • Agree a Completion Date (the date on which you will be the Owner of the Property)
  • Exchange contracts and notify you this has happened
  • Provide you with a full conveyancing statement showing all monies received and spent
  • Arrange for all monies needed to be received from lender and you
  • carry out final searches at the Land registry to protect you against any other registrations.
  • Complete purchase
  • Deal with Stamp Duty Land Tax / Welsh Land Transaction Tax
  • Deal with application for registration of you as the owner at the Land Registry
  • Send to you copy of your Deeds

Note – Where a Property is Leasehold you may also have to pay in addition to our Services the following

  • Notice of a Transfer Fee
  • Notice of Charge Fee
  • Deed of Covenant Fee
  • Land Registry Restriction Compliance Fee

Note; we are a Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accredited Practice ( Reference Number is CQS 1807) and therefore we are on most Mortgage Lenders Panels. The only Panels we are not on is where a Mortgage Lender requires four partners in a Practice.

Note; Where a Lender instructs their own Solicitors to act for them, you would be responsible for their fees.


How Long Will This All Take?

There are numerous factors to be considered such as the number of People in the Chain, whether you need a Mortgage and if so how quick your mortgage offer will be issued , the speed in receiving Searches, whether there are any Title / Planning Issues, all Solicitors and Conveyancers working with alacrity to bring the matter to a conclusion.

Your Sale Journey

  • Take your instructions and give initial advice
  • Obtain mortgage redemption figures on your mortgage(s) and advise you on the figures
  • Assemble paperwork to be able to prepare a contract pack to be sent to the Buyers Solicitors
  • Send contract documentation
  • Receive and deal with the enquiries raised by a buyers solicitor but consulting with you
  • Obtain further planning documentation if necessary
  • Give you advice on all documents and information received
  • Explain the contract
  • Advise you on all conveyancing aspects
  • Arrange for you to sign the Contract
  • Approve the land registry transfer
  • Agree a Completion Date (the date on which you will cease to be the Owner of the Property)
  • Exchange contracts and notify you this has happened
  • Deal with requisitions (questions on title and completion arrangements)
  • Attend to any Legal Indemnity Insurance Policy which may be needed
  • Complete your sale
  • Pay off your Mortgage(s)
  • Provide you with a full conveyancing statement showing all monies received and spent
  • Deal with questions that the Buyer Solicitor may raise arising from their Land Registry application
  • Send to you any documents that you provided which do not need to be sent to the Buyers.

Note; Where a Property is Leasehold you may also have to pay in addition to our Services the following.

  • A fee to your Landlord or their managing agent for issuing a Management Pack
  • A fee to your Management Company or their managing agents for issuing a Management Pack

How Long Will This All Take?

There are numerous factors to be considered such as the number of People in the Chain, how quick a Solicitor / Conveyancer is in raising enquiries and searches, whether there are any Title / Planning Issues, all Solicitors and Conveyancers working with alacrity to bring the matter to a conclusion.

Your Mortgage / Re-Mortgage Journey

  • Take your instructions and give initial advice
  • Apply for a Redemption Figure on your existing mortgage (if any)
  • Check the Title to the Property
  • Carry out Searches
  • Obtain further planning documentation if necessary
  • Raise enquiries with you if we have concerns with legal aspects of your title
  • Give you advice on all documents and information received
  • Explain your Mortgage Offer
  • Advise you on all conveyancing aspects by way of Report and or Meeting with you
  • Arrange for you to sign the Mortgage Deed
  • Advise you on joint-ownership where applicable
  • Attend to any Legal Indemnity Insurance Policy which may be needed
  • Agree a Completion Date (the date on which your new mortgage will commence)
  • Provide you with a full conveyancing statement showing all monies received and spent
  • Arrange for all monies needed to be received from lender and you
  • carry out final searches at the Land registry to protect you against any other registrations.
  • Complete the mortgage / re-mortgage to include paying off your existing mortgage
  • Deal with application for registration of your new mortgage at the Land Registry
  • Send to you copy of your Deeds

Note; we are a Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accredited Practice ( Reference Number is CQS 1807) and therefore we are on most Mortgage Lenders Panels. The only Panels we are not on is where a Mortgage Lender requires four partners in a Practice.

Note; Where a Lender instructs their own Solicitors to act for them, you would be responsible for their fees.


How Long Will This All Take?

There are numerous factors to be considered such as how quick your mortgage offer will be issued , the speed in receiving Searches, whether there are any Title / Planning Issues, all Solicitors and Conveyancers working with alacrity to bring the matter to a conclusion.

Your Transfer of Equity Journey

  • Take your instructions and give initial advice
  • Apply for a Redemption Figure on your existing mortgage (if any)
  • Check the Title to the Property
  • Carry out Searches
  • Obtain further planning documentation if necessary
  • Raise enquiries with you if we have concerns with legal aspects of your title
  • Give you advice on all documents and information received
  • Explain your Mortgage Offer
  • Advise you on all conveyancing aspects by way of Report and or Meeting with you
  • Arrange for you to sign the Transfer
  • Arrange for you to sign the Mortgage Deed
  • Advise you on joint-ownership where applicable
  • Attend to any Legal Indemnity Insurance Policy which may be needed
  • Agree a Completion Date (the date on which your new mortgage will commence)
  • Provide you with a full conveyancing statement showing all monies received and spent
  • Arrange for all monies needed to be received from lender and you
  • carry out final searches at the Land registry to protect you against any other registrations.
  • Complete the mortgage / re-mortgage to include paying off your existing mortgage
  • Deal with application for registration of you as the owner at the Land Registry
  • Send to you copy of your Deeds

Note; we are a Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme Accredited Practice ( Reference Number is CQS 1807) and therefore we are on most Mortgage Lenders Panels. The only Panels we are not on is where a Mortgage Lender requires four partners in a Practice.

Note; Where a Lender instructs their own Solicitors to act for them, you would be responsible for their fees.


How Long Will This All Take?

There are numerous factors to be considered such as how quick your mortgage offer will be issued , the speed in receiving Searches, whether there are any Title / Planning Issues, all Solicitors and Conveyancers working with alacrity to bring the matter to a conclusion.


Contact

If you would like to learn further details about the history of the company or any of the services we offer please contact us on either 0117 927 9117 for our Queen Square Office or 0117 971 3535 for our Brislington Office.

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