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What is conveyancing?

Conveyancing refers to the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person or entity to another. What does a conveyanver do?: Their work involves various tasks, legal documentation, and checks that ensure a smooth and legally valid transfer of property. Conveyancing is typically carried out by solicitors or licensed conveyancers who specialise in property law.

The conveyancing process can be divided into two main stages: pre-contract and post-contract.

During the pre-contract stage, the following tasks are typically undertaken:

  1. Drafting and Reviewing Contracts: The seller’s solicitor prepares a draft contract, which includes details about the property, purchase price, and conditions of the sale. The buyer’s solicitor reviews the contract, makes any necessary amendments or requests for clarification, and raises queries or concerns.
  2. Property Searches and Enquiries: Various searches and enquiries are conducted to gather information about the property. These may include local authority searches, environmental searches, water and drainage searches, and other relevant checks to identify any issues or restrictions that may affect the property.
  3. Negotiating and Exchanging Contracts: Once all necessary checks and enquiries are completed, the solicitors for both the buyer and seller negotiate the terms and conditions of the contract. Once agreed upon, the buyer and seller sign identical contracts, and these are then exchanged, creating a legally binding agreement.

During the post-contract stage, the following tasks are typically undertaken:

  1. Completion: On the agreed completion date, the buyer’s solicitor transfers the purchase funds to the seller’s solicitor. Once the funds are received, the seller’s solicitor confirms completion, and the property legally changes ownership.
  2. Registration and Transfer of Title: The buyer’s solicitor registers the property’s change of ownership with the Land Registry, ensuring that the buyer’s details are officially recorded as the new owner.
  3. Payment of Fees and Taxes: The buyer’s solicitor settles any outstanding fees, taxes, or stamp duty related to the property transfer on behalf of the buyer.

Conveyancing is an essential process that ensures a secure and legal transfer of property ownership. It protects the interests of both buyers and sellers by ensuring that all legal requirements are met, appropriate checks are carried out, and necessary documentation is in place. It is advisable to engage a professional conveyancer or solicitor experienced in property transactions to navigate the complexities of the conveyancing process.


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