When you are buying or selling a property you will need to instruct solicitors or conveyancers to do the conveyancing for you.
Conveyancing is the legal process that transfers a property from one person to another. It makes sure the legal title to the property is passed from the seller to the buyer.
This is a guide to conveyancing for residential property buyers and sellers in England and Wales from Bishopsgate Law, CQS-accredited conveyancing solicitors.
The guide to conveyancing covers:
Bishopsgate Law are CQS-accredited property conveyancing solicitors. We act for conveyancing clients nationally for property transactions in England and Wales. We carry out conveyancing for clients across the UK and we are fully equipped to operate a remote service where clients never have to visit our offices.
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We have minimised the need for our clients to attend face-to-face meetings because we have developed a nation-wide client-base where most clients do not visit our offices.
We are dealing with the Coronavirus situation with our Business Contingency Plan in operation to allow us to continue provision of our services. We are functioning fully with our staff working remotely, and have systems in place to provide our services while making it unnecessary for clients to visit our offices.
Bishopsgate Law is SRA-regulated and an accredited member of the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process.
The scheme requires practices to undergo a strict assessment, compulsory training, self reporting, random audits and annual reviews in order to maintain CQS status. It is open only to members of the Law Society who meet the demanding standards set by the scheme and has the support of the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the Building Societies Association, Legal Ombudsman and the Association of British Insurers.
Bishopsgate Law is trusted by the country's leading mortgage lenders. Solicitors usually need to be on the panel of your chosen mortgage lender in order to act for you, as your solicitor will be acting on behalf of your lender as well. There is a list of the lenders we work with here.
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