Saracens Blog

Archive for the ‘Residential Conveyancing’ Category

Treading the party wall line during home improvements

Treading the party wall line

Treading the party wall line Carrying out extensions, alterations or renovations to your property in a way that will not drive your neighbours up the party wall, will ensure your project is built on solid foundations and your neighbourly relations […]

Help To Buy Scheme To End

Will it negatively affect those with small deposits? A key element of former Prime Minister, David Cameron’s flagship housing policy, the Help to Buy scheme, is to be discontinued at the end of the year.  In a letter to the […]

Chancel Repair Liability: Throwback to Tithing

What is chancel repair liability? Back in 2003, a couple were hit with a £100,000 chancel liability repair bill by the Parochial Church Council. They disputed the amount and ended up with a judgment against them requiring them to pay […]

Landlords: What to Expect in Licences for Alterations

Are you a landlord concerned about the numerous changes your tenant would like to make to your property and looking to protect yourself and your property? If yes, read on… Licences to alter are designed to protect your (the landlords) […]

Keep Calm and Carry Out the Boxes – My Top Three Tips For Ensuring Your Moving Day Goes Without A Hitch When You Sell Your Home

The endless wait is over. Finally, your solicitor has been in touch and announced that the contracts have been exchanged and within a couple of weeks, (or however long you and the buyer have agreed) your moving out date will […]

The Law Society Excellence Awards 2013 Shortlisted logo The Law Society Excellence Awards 2015 Shortlisted logo

Connect with us

Blog Archive

Browse by Date:

See results

Request a call back