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Conveyancing is the transfer of a legal title of a property from one owner to another. This process starts when an offer is accepted by a seller on a property, your Solicitor checks out the contracts to make sure there are no issues with the title and completes the necessary searches, contracts are then signed by both parties, and the new owner gets the keys.
You will need a Solicitor to carry out this work for you if you are buying or selling a property. When purchasing a property, it is advisable to choose a Solicitor that you know or have been recommended as Conveyancing is a very important job and you want to be sure it has been carried out diligently. When you sell your property or purchase a new one you want to know that you are 100% legally protected. We have just written an article on how to choose a Solicitor here, check it out for some handy tips.
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