Conveyancing Solicitors

Conveyancing Solicitors are solicitors specialising in property lawConveyancing is used to describe the legal process of transferring ownership from one party to another such as in the case of a property sale, purchase or Transfer of Equity.

Conveyancing Solicitors also act on behalf of financial institutions (banks, building societies etc) in relation to conveyancing transactions involving secured lending, such as in the case of a remortgage.

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Online Conveyancing Solicitors

Online conveyancing solicitors provide an online conveyancing service to individuals buying, selling, transferring or remortgaging a property.   Online conveyancing solicitors can provide a conveyancing service, often via the use of email and specialist conveyancing software that can be more efficient and less costly than using a solicitor or conveyancer recommended by an estate agent or found on the high street.

Will I need Conveyancing Solicitors?

Most individuals buying, selling, remortgaging or transferring equity in a property will require the services of conveyancing solicitors or licensed conveyancers during the course of a conveyancing transaction. 

It is possible to do your own conveyancing, however, as conveyancing is a complicated process and a technically difficult area of law it is always advisable to seek professional legal advice from conveyancing solicitors or professional conveyancers. 

Where a mortgage lender is involved, conveyancing solicitors or licensed conveyancers will definitely be required to be instructed.  Mortgage lender’s will not lend on a property without instructing a conveyancing solicitor or licensed conveyancer to ensure the title to the property is good and marketable and ensuring their interest in the property is correctly secured and protected.   If a conveyancing solicitor is not instructed by the “borrower”, the mortgage lender will instruct a conveyancing solicitor directly.  All conveyancing fees will still be payable by the borrower.

Most people therefore instruct conveyancing solicitors or licensed conveyancers to deal with the conveyancing for them.

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