Upon payment of transfer fees to the conveyancer, he will draft a proposal deed of transfer (in duplicate) deriving the powers to do so from the signed and witnessed agreement of sale.
In drafting the proposal transfer deed the conveyancer will always refer to the deed from the seller and other information from the Deeds Office. The proposal must also refer to the diagram deed which will be annexed to the …..
The successful purchase of a property can be reliant on the instruction of an efficient and experienced solicitor. It is a good idea to use a solicitor who knows the area that you’re moving to and specialises in conveyancing. We have a selection of tried and …..
When a seller concludes an agreement of sale for his property, he should be in possession of the Deed for the property which will be in his name. The current Deed in the seller’s name and the Agreement will go to the conveyancers who will then be able to draft a new Deed in the name of the purchaser along with other documents required by the Deeds Offices to effect transfer, such as declarations for Stamp Duty purposes by both parties and a Power of Attorney by the seller authorising the ……
An application is made to the Local Authority and if approved will result in the local Authority issuing a development permit. Survey, servicing and development is done by the land surveyor, civil engineers etc …..