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Often solicitors and licensed conveyancers in Powys, Wales seem to quote seductive legal prices, however concealed costs will add significantly to the final invoice when you move. With us, your all inclusive quote includes all costs and we give a quote that is fixed, not estimates that can change.
We only work with the most affordable SRA-member residential propety lawyers in Wales. In addition to our cheap rates, our quality of service is both first rate and recommended by clients and agents.
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Updated: 04/03/14 by Tony Lilleystone
As part of the local search, a buyer's solicitor in Powys will confirm whether a building is listed. Examples of particular construction techniques, including innovative design, may qualify a building to be listed. Anyone selling a listed property should ensure that their conveyancing solicitor has copies of all relevant planning consents, as well as any other associated documents and copies of plans which may be required by a buyer. Maintenance of listed buildings may require more costly materials.
Your solicitor may instead inform you that the property is, or contains, a scheduled monument, and is protected by a similar set of restrictions. Such properties include Aber-Naint Dyke, Broniarth Hill Camp, Bryn Mawr Camp, and Bryn y Saethau Hillfort.
When you are purchasing a property, your conveyancing solicitor will make enquires on your behalf to establish the council tax banding of the home. Powys Council is responsible for council tax in Powys. The bandings for 2012/13 are* -
*Source - www.communities.gov.uk
Homeowners throughout Powys and Wales are often unaware of this potential obligation to pay for church repairs. 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.
After the Church of Wales' disestablishment in the early 20th Century, homes in Wales are much less likely to need such a search.
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Maes Y Llan, Cemmaes, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20
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Winford House, Withington, Hereford, HR1
Etnam Street, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6