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Quite often solicitors in Lewisham, South East London seem to offer low legal prices, however hidden fees can add significantly to the solicitors invoice when you actually move. Fridaysmove's quotation includes all charges; we always give quotes that are fixed and not estimates that can change.
We only work with affordable SRA-regulated conveyancing lawyers in South East London. Furthermore, in addition to cheap rates, quality of service is both without compromise and recommended by 97% of clients.
With our no completion no fee promise, clients will not incur any legal fees in the unlikely event that your home move does not complete.
We always endeavour to conclude a move as quickly as possible. However if you need expedited conveyancing, for example a 1 month auction completion, we can assist ; get in touch on 033 0660 0286.
Updated: 23/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Extension or alteration of a listed property will require special consent. Any planning consents relating to a home will be revealed in a local search, as will other relevant planning information. Carrying out unauthorised work to a listed building is a criminal offence, and may be punished by a fine or imprisonment.
When land around Lewisham is developed for housing, the existence of a TPO will be revealed in a local search against property on the original estate, whether or not there are any affected trees on the specific property being purchased. Note that developers are often required to plant trees and carry out other landscaping work as a condition of getting planning permission. Trees planted in accordance with a condition placed on new build property developers are not necessarily subject to a TPO. Obtaining a copy of any TPOs affecting a Lewisham home before it is marketed will make it easier for copies to be sent to a buyer's Conveyancing Solicitor with the draft contract.
Chancel Repair Liability is an ancient interest benefiting many churches across England and Wales, potentially allowing the church to require owners of former rectorial land to meet the cost of repairing the church chancel. In the medieval period, local churches were often maintained by landowners, and land owned by the parish rector, or identified as rectorial, retained a liability to pay for repairs to the chancel. This obligation may remain active today. Note that there is not a risk-free distance from a church which ensures that liability will not apply.
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