Conveyancing and property law

Our experienced property law team can help with:

Residential property conveyancing

Conveyancing is an important and sometimes complex process that must be gone through when a property is bought or sold.

We will carry out all the necessary searches to find out whether there are legal restrictions on the use of the property or land, to check boundaries are clear and not disputed, to establish if there are any rights of way that affect the property, and to find out if there are any development plans for the surrounding area.

After that we will prepare the necessary contracts and manage the exchange of contracts and the transfer of funds upon completion.

Bishopsgate Law’s property lawyers will keep you fully informed about the progress of your property purchase or sale throughout the process, and our aim is always to help make your home purchase or sale as straightforward and stress-free as possible.

Equity release

We are experienced at advising clients about equity release and acting for them during the process. You should always appoint an independent law firm to act for you and advise you fully on the legal implications of lifetime mortgages and home reversion plans.

Leasehold properties

Bishopsgate Law's experienced property team can advise you about leasehold properties and lease extensions. We can help you process an agreed lease extension or negotiate with the freeholder.

Tenancy agreements and landlord and tenant law

We can advise about landlord and tenant law and draft tenancy agreements.

Contact us to discuss your requirements

Please contact us to get a quote for conveyancing or any other property law work.

Our property law department is based at our Potters Bar office.

The reception at Potters Bar office is open from 9am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. You will usually need to arrange an appointment to see one of our legal team.

The office is opposite Potters Bar main line railway station, with a journey time of just 16 minutes from London Kings Cross station, with trains running every half hour on weekdays.