Welcome to Law Lane Conveyancing
WHAT IS CONVEYANCING?
The term “conveyancing” refers to all the legal and administrative work associated with transferring the ownership of land or buildings from one person to another.
The conveyancing process begins after you have had an offer accepted on a property. It ends once the final contracts have been signed and the money has been transferred to complete the purchase.
You wouldn’t compromise on the type of property when buying, or compromise on price when selling, because what you want is the best. Question is why compromise on your solicitor who will be responsible for turning your dreams and expectations into a legal reality.
Here at Law Lane we understand that a conveyancing transaction can prove to be one of the, if not the most important and potentially, largest financial transaction in one’s lifetime.
As daunting as a sale or purchase may seem, especially if you are involved first time, Law Lane will keep it simple and endeavour to make your journey a seamless one by applying care and concern throughout the entire process.
The conveyancing process can feel emotionally exhaustive and mentally taxing due to the time and money involved as well as the uncertainty surrounding the entire process.
From experience upon many conveyancing cases, the two most important factors from a client perspective are:
- Working within time
- Keeping the client informed at all stages
The Law Lane conveyancing team is here to erase all the potential stress to our clients by implementing years of experience and acumen. The objective is to provide complete peace of mind upon any conveyancing matter we take on.
From instruction stage to completion, the Law Lane ethos is to rigorously apply its measures of due diligence to ensure a smooth process and transparent outcome.
The standard conveyancing process can seem complicated, but our team of professionals will always go that extra step to ensure your experience with us is, one of a kind.
WHAT DOES OUR DEPARTMENT COVER?
Our experienced and dynamic conveyancing team cover many conveyancing areas such as;
- Commercial & Residential
- Sale (Leasehhold, freehold, share of freehold)
- Purchase (Leasehhold, freehold, share of freehold)
- Transfer of Equity
- Deed of Trust
- Help to buy
- Leasehold extensions
Other than the regular work stated above, we also deal with many other conveyancing related matters which include;
- Gifted Deposit
- Mutual Deed of Covenant for flying Freehold
- Lock Out Agreement
- Deed of Postponement
- Deed of Easement
- Contract Race
- Wills & Probate