CS&B Guide to Conveyancing
Step 1 - Get your quote using our form. All information you provide is confidential, your quote is FREE and not legally binding.
Step 2 – Follow up your quote and speak to your solicitor – getting good advice as early as possible is really important. We are here to help you.
Step 3 – Sign your client care letter and complete ID checks. Keep up to date with our tracker.
Step 4 – Preparing and checking the contact and deaing with enquiries.
Step 5 – Sign the contract, the transfer deed and mortgage deed.
Step 6 – Exchange contracts, fix a completion date and complete the sale or purchase *
* You may also link your sale to the purchase of another property, and vice versa. This page is for guidance only you must not rely on it as formal legal advice. It is essential to speak to your solicitor for full advice on a case by case basis. This is what we are here for and we’re very good at it! Please get in touch.
We were one of the first firms in the area to be admitted to the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Scheme. This ensures that we are on all the major banks and building society mortgage panels, including Nationwide, Santander, HBOS, Yorkshire Bank, Virgin, Britannia and all other major societies. We have internet accounts and tracking to keep you up to date 24 hours a day seven days a week wherever you are in the world. We also provide one to one advice in one of our branches in Nelson and Colne Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm.
If you’re a first-time buyer or seller, looking for a new home, a city centre flat, a terrace or a house in the country we can help. If you’re looking at gifting property away to relatives or buying or selling a development we can help. If you’re buying a house with gifts from family or in unequal shares with your partner, we can help. If you’re buying a plot of land to build your own house, we can help. We even advise on how to include or exclude your property from your wills and inheritance or correcting defective deeds. Missing rights of way, claimed land, covenants and lost or missing deeds, we’re here to help you.
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Remember – if we’re acting as your estate agents in the sale of your house, conveyancing advice for the sale is FREE; it’s included in your estate agents commission.