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conveyance

Law
a. a transfer of the legal title to property
b. the document effecting such a transfer

conveyance

1. The transfer of property from one person to another.
2. The document or instrument by which this transfer is effected.
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Jane qualified as a solicitor 13 years ago and specialises in all aspects of residential conveyancing, including help to buy, shared ownership, right to buy, transfers of equity, remortgages and dealing with complicated leasehold properties.
In a two-year period, Howells Solicitors have seen a 97% rise in the number of conveyancing cases they have completed.
Both Vicky's and Jill's teams are acknowledged in the Legal 500 and under Alison's leadership the conveyancing team has grown signifi-cantly in recent years.
With no initial financial outlay, Hoowla's pay per case fee structure with no setup charge made the decision in selecting Hoowla a no brainer and ideal for any new conveyancing firm starting up business.
Conveyancing prices have been broadly constant over the past 10 years: a significant reduction in real terms when adjusted for inflation.
Lisa Stronach was with another firm but about to start with BHP Law when she found herself representing a client whose home was being bought by BHP's head of conveyancing Sally Hare.
We have worked closely with LMS in the provision of conveyancing services to our members over the last two years and we are impressed to see the investment and innovations that have been made in the design of LMS Select, said Christopher Tanner, Managing Director of Homeloan Partnership.
With online conveyancing it is possible to check progress at anytime via a checklist dedicated to your case, which is updated on a regular basis.
We analyse what steps are needed to complete the transfer, check the title of the property and verify that the seller is in fact the registered owner and that the title is as represented in the sale," said Robert Pacella of Emirates Conveyancing
THERE is much to consider when you are buying, selling or renting a home and one of these things is appointing a legal expert to deal with the conveyancing, the legal and administrative tasks involved with the process.
Chester-based Aaron & Partners secured membership to the Law Society''s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) - the legal profession's mark of excellence.
Launched in January 2011, the CQS is a mark of excellence awarded to law firms in recognition of their outstanding contribution and consistently high levels of conveyancing advice.