In August 2009, Fridaysmove conveyancing Leicestershire lawyers team previously acted on the purchase conveyancing for a freehold property valued at around £260, 000. 000. This was located in Long Clawson, Leicestershire.
The local authority area of the residence is Melton Council. Detailed conveyancing enquiries were faxed within the same day of receiving draft contract documentation.
As this property is in a conservation area, conveyancers need take extra precautions in case any alteration have been made. Planning permissions were revealed on the property and investigated by our conveyancing Leicestershire planning department.
The Land Registry Office Copies supplied, were out of date and therefore fresh copies were requested from the registered owners conveyancing solicitor. These documents revealed that the registered owners had owned the property for less than five years, and therefore a danger that the transfer of the property to the seller could be set aside if it was established that the property, within that five year period, was a Transfer at Undervalue.
The Land Registry documentation revealed that there was a missing conveyance. The conveyancer had to be satisfied that this would either not affect the property or take out indemnity insurance.
Mary Spiteri-Panayi was the property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Leicestershire. The estate agent's sales memorandum detailing the registered owners conveyancing lawyer was obtained shortly before receiving the draft contract documentation. The estate agent was the Harrison Murray branch, covering Leicestershire. The seller's conveyancing solicitor Leicestershire was Lawson West Solicitors.