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Some property solicitors in Carmarthenshire, Wales seem to quote temptingly low legal fees, however hidden costs can add hundreds to the final bill when you finally move. With us, your all inclusive quote includes all costs; we will always give quotes that are fixed, not estimates that can change.
We work with low cost CQS qualified home moving lawyers in Wales. In addition to cheap fees, quality of service is both unparalleled and recommended by clients and agents.
With our no completion no fee assurance, home movers do not incur any legal fees should your sale or purchase does not ultimately go ahead.
We always work to finalise a move in minimum time. However, if you need an even faster move, for example buying at a property auction, we can meet your needs, speak to us on 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 02/12/13 by Tony Lilleystone
During their enquiries, the buyers solicitor will ask the conveyancer acting for the seller to confirm the council tax banding of the property. Council Tax rates for Carmarthenshire are set by Carmarthenshire Council. The bandings for 2012/13 are* -
*Source - www.communities.gov.uk
Around 2,000 wards nationwide are eligible for stamp duty relief. Areas designated are identified by local government ward or electoral divisions. These disadvantaged areas do not always coincide with postcode districts, so the postcode search tool cannot always be relied on. Normal rates of stamp duty apply for purchases greater than £150k. A postcode search will usually determine whether a home being sold for less than the threshold is eligible.
Sellers of property asked to state whether they have carried out any work to trees under a protection order (TPO), and to supply copies of any approvals. It is recommended that the advice of a tree surgeon or similar expert is obtained prior to attempting work on a protected tree, even if council consent is granted. Conditions placed on developers requiring them to plant trees during construction do not necessarily imply a TPO is in place.
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Brynsiriol, Llandissilio, Clynderwen, Sir Benfro, SA66
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