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Very often lawyers in Manchester, Greater Manchester look like they offer temptingly low legal fees, however hidden charges add significantly to the final bill on completion. With us, your all inclusive quote includes all fees, we always give an online quote that is fixed, not estimates that might vary.
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Updated: 06/12/13 by Tony Lilleystone
Stamp duty relief may be available in nearly 2,000 'disadvantaged areas' nationwide. Areas designated are identified by local government ward or electoral divisions. For homes bought for less than £150,000, this relief may be available. Above this designated limit of £150k, the normal rates of duty apply, and no further relief may be available. By making a straightforward search by postcode, you can usually determine if a property purchase below £150,000 will benefit, however. For more information regarding Manchester disadvantaged areas, or to determine if your prospective purchase qualifies, call us today.
Disadvantaged areas in Manchester include Ardwick, Bradford, Fallowfield, Levenshulme, Old Moat, Whalley Range, Clifford.
A number of strategic schemes affecting the area have been proposed by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (a newly-formed strategic authority with powers over public transport, housing, regeneration, waste management, and planning permission). Such works may affect the value of the property, or the buyer's future enjoyment of it, and hence a Conveyancing Solicitor should investigate on their behalf.
Although you may have never heard of Chancel Repair, this refers to the risk that that owners of certain property are liable to pay the repair costs of a local church. This dates back to the medieval period, when churches (or more specifically their chancels) were maintained by wealthy owners of rectorial land. Since this time, large estates have been broken down into 100's or 1,000's of privately owned properties.
Churches in and near Manchester include Living Word Church, 3rd Floor, 8 Lower Ormond Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, M1 5QF.
Edmund Street, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, OL12
Hemingway Close, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10
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Rosefarm Approach, Altoff, Wakefield, WF6 2RZ
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