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Purchase of freehold Conveyancing in Brighton, East Sussex, BN1

Fridaysmove Conveyancing Brighton and Hove team, in May 2009, conducted the purchase conveyancing for a freehold, for a residential home located at Brighton.  The local authority area of the property was Brighton and Hove Borough Council.  The estimated value was £450, 000. 00.  

Fridaysmove finished the conveyancing on this transaction in 51 days of receiving the legal papers from the vendors licensed conveyancer.

A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered (further details can be viewed in the environmental searches).  Additional conveyancing questions were rendered within 2 days of receiving legal papers.

As this property was in a conservation area, conveyancers needed to take extra precautions in case any alteration have been made.  A risk of natural subsidence was also uncovered.

The Land Registry documentation revealed that the property was subject to restrictions, as set out in a conveyance dated 14th August 1889.  It was critical that we checked with the vendors licensed conveyancer that these restrictions had been fully complied with.

Mary Spiteri-Panayi was the property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Brighton. The estate agent's memorandum of sale, detailing the vendors licensed conveyancer, was obtained shortly before receiving the legal papers.  The estate agent was Wyatt and Son (branch covering Brighton and Hove).

Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors was the property expert in charge of conveyancing in the Brighton area.

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