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Conveyancing come up against Planning Issues in Bracknell

A property in Alford Close was successfully transferred to Mr P in September 2010, after Conveyancing Solicitor in Bracknell, Catherine Williams scrutinized the covenants set out in a  previous transfer dated March 1986 to ensure that the restrictions were fully complied with.   This was not the only problem with the transfer as it was […]

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Out of Date Copies Cause Conveyancing Delay

In December 2009, transfer of a property was delayed as the Land Registry Office copies were out of date and accordingly fresh copies had to be requested from the vendor’s Solicitor in Bracknell, Margo Watson and Co.   The freehold property located on Winkfield Row was bought by Mr and Mrs E. Negotiations mediated by […]

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Conveyancers locate the Registered Owner

In November 2009, Jane Lim, Conveyancing Solicitor in Bracknell was appointed by Mr and Mrs F for the transfer of a property in Dashwood Close, Bracknell.  The property, valued at £322, 000 was from the stock of local Estate Agent Romans branch covering Bracknell.   On receiving the documentation, Jane Lim noticed that there was […]

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Bracknell buyers get benefit of our Conveyancing brilliance

Although acting for the seller, the buyer of this Bracknell property benefited  from the efforts of our planning process.   Our ever investigative Bracknell  Solicitor, Sunita Saini,   uncovered a number of planning permissions affecting a property sold on Milward Gardens, Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12. The semi detached house sold for £165, 000, was subject […]

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