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All You Need To Know About Yield Up Clauses

When you enter into a commercial lease it is important to understand what is meant by the term ‘yielding up’ and the implications of non-compliance. An obligation to ‘yield up’ refers to the process of leaving the premises and the state of repair of the building upon leaving. What is a Yield Up Clause? When…

A day in a Conveyancer’s world!

A day in a Conveyancer’s world! This is how my day commences from when I log onto my computer first thing in the morning. Many people do not quite understand the work that we undertake on behalf of our clients, the mortgage company and the Estate Agents. Conveyancers now receive the vast majority of their…

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Why It Is Worth Investing In A Good Conveyancing Solicitor

For most people, buying a home is the biggest financial commitment they will make in their lifetimes.  Therefore, although it may be tempting to try and mitigate your costs by instructing the cheapest Conveyancing Solicitor you can find, such a decision can cost you dearly in the long run.  Conveyancing, like any other service, is…

Reservation Agreements

Reservation Agreements – could they pave the way to easier conveyancing?

Much has always been made of the precarious white-knuckled ride of English and Welsh conveyancing. When transactions become abortive (and current government statistics indicate about a third do) sellers and buyers are left high and dry, out of pocket, their life plans on hold. In other legal systems – Canada, Europe and closer to home,…


Leasehold Reform Proposals

The government has made further announcements this month regarding long awaited reforms to our leasehold property market.  It is estimated that there are over 5 million leasehold properties in England and Wales – around 20% of the total housing stock. Approximately 60 per cent of all leasehold properties are privately owned, which makes around 3…

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