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Essential advice on Conveyancing in Surrey

Our licenses Conveyancing Egham team, in October 2009, acted on the purchase conveyancing for a freehold, for an abode valued at around £225, 000. 00.  This was located at Egham, Surrey – and Runnymede Council was the local authority on the home.

Detailed enquiries were sent within the same day of receiving conveyancing documentation (including Land Registry Documentation).

There was a concerning discrepancy between details of the registered proprietors, as per the conveyancing documentation, against the Official Copies.  This was obviously important to clarify, as our conveyancing lawyer needed to be sure that the registered owner and the seller on the contract were one and the same.

The Land Registry documentation revealed that the property was subject to restrictions/rights/covenants as set out in a conveyance dated 25/09/1905.  It was very important that we check with the registered proprietors property conveyancer that these restrictions/covenants had been fully complied with.

The property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Egham was Mary Spiteri-Panayi.

The estate agent's particulars of sale, detailing the registered proprietors property conveyancer, was obtained shortly before receiving the conveyancing documentation.  The estate agent was Nevin and Wright (branch covering Egham).

The seller's Conveyancing Solicitor in Egham was Osborne Clark.

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