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Conveyancing Guide

Conveyancing is the term for all the legal and administrative work involved in transferring ownership of land and buildings from one person to another. Before buying or selling a property, remortgaging, or completing a transfer of equity, there’s a lot of legal requirements you need to take care of.

In this section we’ve put together some information on some of the key areas of conveyancing, including:

  • Conveyancing Searches
    When you buy a property there are a number of searches that need to be carried out. This guide gives more details on what they are and how much they cost.
  • Joint Ownership
    If you and your partner are buying a house together, there are different ownership options. This guide can help you work out which is right for you.
  • Stamp Duty
    If you’re buying a property over a certain value in England, Wales, or Northern Ireland, you have to pay a lump sum known as Stamp Duty Land Tax. This guide explains what it is and how much you have to pay.

    If you’re buying a property in Scotland, you pay what’s known as a Land and Building Transaction Tax, instead of Stamp Duty. Find out more on our Conveyancing in Scotland page.
  • Transfer of Equity Process
    If you want to change the co-ownership status of your property you’ll need to complete a Transfer of Equity. This guide covers the most common reasons for transferring equity and the process for doing so.

For more information about how Irwin Mitchell can help you with your conveyancing needs, call us today on 0370 1500 100, or use our online enquiry form and we’ll get back to you – the first consultation is totally free. 

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