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Far too many conveyancers in Kingstanding, Birmingham apparently offer bargain legal costs, however hidden charges can add significantly to the final cost when you actually move. Our all inclusive quote includes all fees; we always provide quotes that are fixed, not estimates that may change.
We use only the best value CQS residential propety lawyers in Birmingham. In addition to these cheap rates, levels of service are without compromise and recommended by clients and agents.
With our no sale no fee assurance, you will not have to pay any legal fees in the unlikely event that your property transaction does not ultimately go ahead.
We always work to conclude on a house move without hitch. However, if you need a rapid completion date, such as when buying at a property auction, we can meet your needs, speak to us on 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 24/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Is your prospective home likely to be affected by road or rail development? Your solicitor will research planned local transport schemes, and advise accordingly. Kingstanding searches show proposed new road, alteration, widening or conversion to a dual carriageway, or, any proposed railway or tram line. The solicitor will also request further information from the seller if necessary.
Liability for the repair costs of the chancel, or space around the altar, of a church may exist for owners of nearby homes. For many years it was felt that chancel liability was unenforceable. However, a recent judgement in favour of the church seeking chancel repair costs, (Aston Cantlow (PCC) v Wallbank  UKHL 37), reversed this assumption.
Churches in and near Kingstanding include Elim Church Kingstanding, 120 Warren Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 8QD.
Properties of significant historical or architectural worth may be classified as 'listed buildings'. A local search will also reveal details of any listed building planning consents relating to the property, in addition to other planning information. As the whole property is protected by listed status, if, for example, a sixteenth century house is listed, it would be an offence to demolish a twentieth century concrete garage in the grounds of the house.
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