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By z4027672030, Jan 8 2016 09:14AM
As a follow-up to our previous jargon buster which tackling tricky legal terms concerning wills, this time we have decided to define several of the terms you may encounter if you decide to go ahead with a personal injury claim. Below are just some of the terms you may come across:
By z4027672030, Jan 7 2016 05:19PM
First announced by George Osborne in the Autumn Statement, a higher rate of stamp duty is to be brought in after March 31st for buyers of second homes and buy-to-lets, meaning now is the time to arrange the conveyancing on your second or buy-to-let house in order to avoid the extra charges.
By z4027672030, Jan 4 2016 09:32AM
When it comes to writing your will, though using a solicitor can make the process straight forward, you may come across some jargon which you may find confusing and difficult to interpret. When drafting a will, it is hugely important that you understand every step of the process, including the legal vocabulary used to handle some of the main issues that may arise with a will.
Below is just some of the vocabulary you may come across during the will writing process:
By z4027672030, Dec 31 2015 09:11AM
The conveyancing process is made up of several parts, with the Local Authority search being one of the key elements, deemed as mandatory by many mortgage lenders. It prevents a buyer from finding out about any nasty surprises before they move into their new home.
By z4027672030, Dec 30 2015 09:45AM
An owner of a livery yard, where a young girl injured her back, has had a claim of over £75,000 against her for negligence dismissed.