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Buying or selling a property in London can be a complex process, especially when it comes to conveyancing. Transferring property ownership from one person to another is called "conveyancing," and it is a formal legal process, and it is essential for a smooth and successful transaction. To ensure that everything goes smoothly, it is important to work with experienced and reputable property conveyancing solicitors in London.
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Deo Volente Solicitors have handled successful conveyancing cases for almost a decade, helping individual clients and businesses address a wide range of issues and resolve their problems at a reasonable cost.

What is Conveyancing and why is it Important?

Transferring property ownership legally is called conveyancing. It involves researching the property's legal title, reviewing and drafting legal documents, and coordinating the transfer of funds and possession of the property. Conveyancing is essential for ensuring that the property is legally and financially sound and that the transaction is completed correctly and on time.

How to find the best conveyancing solicitors in London?

When looking for property conveyancing solicitors in London, it is important to do your research and find a solicitor who is experienced, reputable, and a good fit for your needs. You can ask for recommendations from friends or family, or search online for conveyancing solicitors in your area. It is also good to read reviews and check the solicitor's qualifications and experience.

How We Can Help?

The truth is, no other two cases are the same. When dealing with property-related cases, your first priority is to seek practical solutions to the issue you face.

Our dedicated team of Conveyancing Solicitors are ready to support you in various aspects— whether you need help with residential freehold, leasehold conveyancing, as well as remortgaging, or transfer of equity. We are your one-stop Conveyancing Solicitors boutique firm!

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What to expect during the conveyancing process?


During the conveyancing process, your solicitor will handle all of the legal work related to the transaction, including reviewing and drafting legal documents, conducting title searches, and coordinating the transfer of funds and possession of the property. They will also communicate with the other parties involved in the transaction, such as the buyer's or seller's solicitor, and the mortgage lender. It is important to keep in touch with your solicitor and ask any questions you may have throughout the process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a Question? We’re here to answer. If you don’t find your question below, contact us now.
Can I still move house?

Yes, in accordance with the current government guidelines the housing market will remain open. You can view houses, book moving companies, and trades people are able to enter your property*.

I have been furloughed; will this affect my mortgage offer?
This will depend on your lender but you must contact your mortgage broker or lender direct to ensure they are made aware of all changes to your circumstances.
Can I still sell my home if it is not already advertised for sale?

Yes, please contact your chosen Estate Agent. They will inform you of all the necessary precautions you will need to take to protect yourself, your family members and any possible viewers when showing your home.

I need a home buyers survey; can I still book this?

Yes, under the current guidance the housing market is to remain open during this lockdown, this means that all parts of your conveyance will be available. All tradespeople what are vital to the process will be allowed to continue working. Please ensure that you book all tradespeople of surveyors in a timely manner to prevent delays.

I am buying a buy to let property, am I still able to let this property during lockdown?

Yes, the market is open to both homebuyers and renters. You will be able advertise your new rental property and let it should you find a tenant.

*We recommend you book all moving companies and rental vans well in advance of your completion. This will ensure that you will that you will not be in breach of your contract and you will not be disappointed come moving day.

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