An Englishman's home is his castle...
...or so the saying goes. Whether you live in a castle or a cottage, there are few things more important to most people than their property. Particularly when that property is their home.
Whether you’re buying, selling, renting, or having problems with tenants, a landlord or neighbours, you want to know that you’re in the safest pair of hands possible.
Ensuring you have a quality property lawyer on board can help avoid deals falling through, being left with issues after a sale/purchase and losing a dispute.
And, unless you do actually own a castle, you probably don’t want to spend a fortune on legal fees! That’s where we come in.
What can our lawyers help with
We have hundreds of hand-picked and vetted lawyers on our service. Our specialist residential property lawyers are able to deal with a wide variety of jobs. Here’s a few things they regularly advise on:
- Planning permission
This doesn’t necessarily mean spending a large amount upfront, it usually just means getting all the admin done so you’re ready to go when the time comes. For example, your lawyer will need... (continue reading)
If you don’t want to enter into an assured shorthold tenancy agreement and would prefer something a little less “official”, you may want to consider a licence agreement. This is much less formal, and confers less rights, but it does not give both parties... (continue reading)
It’s not possible to say what is and what isn’t allowed generally, as rules often vary by area. Generally speaking, if... (continue reading)