London Conveyancing Solicitors

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  • Simons Rodkin Solicitors LLP

    You instruct we Act

    Simons Rodkin Solicitors LLP

    Simons Rodkin Solicitors LLP

    You instruct we Act

    32 Bloomsbury Street, London, Greater London, WC1B 3QJ

    0207 1128841

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  • Curzon Green Solicitors

    Curzon Green Solicitors - City of London and High Wycombe

    Curzon Green Solicitors

    Curzon Green Solicitors

    Curzon Green Solicitors - City of London and High Wycombe

    40 Gracechurch Steet, London, Greater London, EC3V 0BT

    0203 440 3705

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  • ISC Lawyers LLP

    ISC Lawyers LLP

    12 Angel Gate, 326 City Road, London, Greater London, EC1V 2PT

    020 7833 8453

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  • Scornik Gerstein LLP

    Scornik Gerstein LLP

    Scornik Gerstein LLP

    9-10 Staple Inn, 2nd Floor, London, WC1V 7QH

    0207 404 8400

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  • Waterstone Chambers LLP

    Waterstone Chambers LLP

    171 Cannon Street Road, London, E1 2LX

    2070639040

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  • Zuriel Solicitors

    Zuriel Solicitors

    290 Holloway Road, London, Greater London, N7 6NJ

    0207 582 5543

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  • Selig + Partners

    Selig + Partners

    Selig + Partners

    7a Wellington Road, London, Greater London, NW10 5LJ

    02034327180

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  • Raymond Saul & Co LLP

    Raymond Saul & Co LLP

    Raymond Saul & Co LLP

    32 Alie Street, London, Greater London, E1 8DA

    02074805840

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  • Blaser Mills

    Blaser Mills

    25 North Row,, London, Greater London, W1K 6DJ

    020 3814 2020

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  • Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

    Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

    Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

    Condor House, 10 St. Paul's Churchyard, London, Greater London, EC4M 8AL

    020 74294900

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  • Bsb Solicitors

    Bsb Solicitors

    3 Gower St, Fitzrovia, London, WC1E 6HA

    0207 837 3456

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  • Riverbrooke Solicitors Ltd

    Riverbrooke Solicitors Ltd

    55 Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7AJ

    0203 4022322

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  • Underwood Solicitors LLP

    Underwood Solicitors LLP

    40 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8LN

    0207 526 6000

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  • Gawor & Co

    Gawor & Co

    New Crane Place, London, E1W 3TS

    020 7481 8888

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  • Attwells Solicitors LLP

    Attwells Solicitors LLP

    88 St. Johns Wood High Street, London, NW8 7SH

    0207 722 9898

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Conveyancing and Property Law Solicitors in London

Any person looking to receive advice and support from a London solicitor for their conveyancing and property needs is now ideally placed to source a local firm. Our database holds the contact details of over 200 different firms in London, all of whom specialise in conveyancing and property law matters. This means that clients can quickly and easily compare the services and costs of a number of firms without having to leave the comfort of their home.

What can a conveyancing solicitor in London help me with?

A conveyancing solicitor in London can help their clients with an abundance of property related enquiries and tasks. Some of the most common concerns and requests that are brought to solicitors in this area include:

  • The purchase of property and completion of related paperwork
  • The sale of a property and completion of related paperwork
  • Advice on surveys
  • Support in arranging ownership documents and lease arrangements
  • Disputes over ownership of private land
  • Disputes over boundaries
  • Requests for support in obtaining planning permission for extensions and building revisions
  • Management of purchasing funds including the transfer of deposits on the day of sale
  • Management of keys on behalf of either the seller or buyer

With a wide ranging host of different tasks that might be required, conveyancing solicitors in London are adept at understanding the complexities of buying and selling property in the UK. Some solicitors may also be able to help with the legal aspect of buying, selling or leasing property abroad.

Will it be expensive to hire a conveyancing solicitor?

The costs of services and advice received from London conveyancing solicitors will vary from firm to firm. It is wise to seek quotes from at least three different firms before instructing a solicitor as this enables you to ensure that the rates offered to you are fair and competitive.

Some firms will offer a flat fee for conveyancing related services. This means that clients can pay one flat rate to cover all of the tasks involved in specific undertakings such as the purchase or sale of a property. In instances like this, clients can easily manage the legal costs of their purchase or sale, and rest assured that additional amounts are not going to be added to their bill without forewarning.

Although the services of a solicitor are an additional cost to an already expensive undertaking of a property purchase, the knowledge and security of knowing that your affairs are being dealt with professionally and safely is invaluable.

How long will it take to process my conveyancing case?

Unfortunately, buying or selling a property in the UK is open to a number of delays, and so it is difficult to determine how long a conveyancing case might take to process. That said, your London based conveyancing solicitor will be highly experienced in this area and so will be best placed to provide a guideline and likely turnaround time.

Do be aware that there are factors that could influence the time that it takes to complete on a conveyancing case that are out of the hands of yourself and your solicitor. Your buyer or seller can cause delays unknowingly, and other third parties such as bank and mortgage lenders can also take additional time to process their necessaries. With that in mind, be prepared to be flexible where possible and try to manage your expectations to ensure that you are not unexpectedly disappointed with the duration of a case.

To ensure the conveyancing process runs as smooth as possible, here are a few tips to keep in mind:

  • 1) If you have a completion date in mind, let your solicitor know as early as possible in the conveyancing process. This will give them a date to aim for, and can encourage them to push the third party's solicitor to provide paperwork and information they require promptly.
  • 2) Respond to any paperwork or questions you receive from your conveyancing solicitor as soon as possible to prevent causing any delays yourself.
  • 3) Keep in regular contact with your conveyancing solicitor to ask for progress updates and to ensure they are not waiting for any information or paperwork from you.
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