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Conveyancing

Selling a Property

Each transaction is unique and we will advise you immediately of any issues that arise, and what you can do to assist the process. Below are the steps how a sale proceeding of a property takes place:

1.   A sale price is agreed.

2.   You instruct Jacobs Law Solicitors to act on your behalf. We obtain relevant information from

      you, for instance your mortgage lender details and identification, we then arrange for you to

      complete the property information forms (Protocol Documents).

3.   Sale instructions are received from the Estate Agents.

4.   Contracts and evidence of your title are sent to the buyer’s solicitors.

5.   The buyer’s enquiries are answered.

6.   Documentation is signed and a completion date agreed.

7.   Exchange of Contracts.

8.   Day of completion; we repay your current mortgage and any estate agent fees, if applicable, and

      finally transfer the balance monies to you.

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Purchasing a Property 

Buying a property will be one of the biggest purchases in your lifetime and can sometimes feel like an overwhelming process. It is vital you employ a good solicitor to carry out the property purchase conveyancing.

At Jacobs Law Solicitors we believe it should also be an exciting time, and we try to make it as exciting as possible, by simplifying the process, using uncomplicated language and holding your hand at every step; although we draw the line at decorating advice.

With our expertise we ensure that you are purchasing a good legal and marketable title, as we are here not only to look after you now, but also when it becomes time to move on and sell the property. Below are the steps how a purchase of a property takes place:

1.   You instruct Jacobs Law Solicitors to act on your behalf.

2.   Once we have received the legal documents from the seller’s solicitors, we shall investigate

      the title, raise enquiries and apply for searches.

3.   On receipt of your mortgage offer and valuation, we ensure that it accurately reflects the

      information provided by the seller’s solicitors.

4.   Once we are satisfied we shall report to you on our findings. At this point you will sign the

      mortgage deed and contract and we shall request the deposit and any balance monies we

      require from you.

5.   Exchange contracts and agreed a completion date.

6.   Final searches are undertaken and monies requested from your lender.

7.   Day of completion – the day you can collect your keys and move.

8.   On receipt of the documentation from the seller’s solicitors, we complete the Stamp Duty

      Form on your behalf and register the property into your name at H M Land Registry.

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To make sure that you get the very best in terms of services, we operate with ever-expanding conveyancing law firms in which we can distribute advice and assistance. We focus primarily on complex conveyancing cases which are difficult to navigate for the general public, but at the same time are more than capable of providing assistance with less challenging situations.