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Notice of transfer

If you are buying a leasehold or share-of-freehold property, then your conveyancing solicitor will be required to serve a Notice of Transfer on the landlord or the management company detailing the change of ownership. The landlord or management company often charge a fee for doing this, which you will have to pay for. Unfortunately, it is impossible for In-Deed to determine how much this fee will be before speaking with the landlord.

Because of the added complexities, it really does make sense to appoint a proactive conveyancing solicitor with In-Deed as early as possible. You can get a fixed-fee quote protected by our 'No Completion, No Fee' guarantee online, or, if you're ready to instruct, call us on 0800 038 6886 to get started.


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