The vendors of a dwelling in Northampton on Milton Street, NN2 got off to a good start by instructing Solicitor Irene Bonsu-Amoako to handle the legal matters on their behalf. Irene put together all the standard documentation for Conveyancing in Northampton, including a draft contract and copies of title deeds, before the sellers received an offer on the dwelling.
After accepting on offer of £134, 000 for the residence and receiving confirmation that Woodford Robinson Solicitors at Williams House, 4 Castilian Terrace, Northampton, NN1 1LE was acting for the buyers, Irene was able to forward the documents to the handling Solicitor via email within the same day.
The local authority search for Conveyancing in Northampton was carried out via Northampton Council (The Guildhall, St. Giles Square, Northampton, NN1 1DE) and confirmed that Milton Street is an adopted road, so there were no issues in that regard. There were no applicable planning permissions relating to the property, which also enabled the transaction to progress without delays.
There were no issues associated with a mortgage restriction on the dwelling and Irene was able to confirm with the buyers that said restriction would be discharged prior to completion.
The estate agent’s sales memorandum, Richard Greener at 22 Bridge Street, Northampton, NN1 1NW, was supplied to the purchasers shortly after the final exchange of contracts between Irene and the seller’s Solicitor.
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