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a-z guide to conveyancign jargon

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whre does all money go conveyancing

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rentcharges in bristol

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Space, the final frontier

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great assortment of conveyancing content

Great legal content is our goal. Our mantra is Clients Ask – We Answer

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chancel repair liability

Will Chancel Repair Finally Be Abolished?

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legal problems to avoid when setting up home with a partner

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Setting Up Home With a Partner

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Get Your House Ready For Sale: All Ship Shape and Bristol Fashion

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Much more important than conveyancing
 

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how we help with conveyancing

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Dream Holiday Home

 

ponder before buy dream home

 

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Results of Help To Buy Scheme are in

 

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Stamp Duty Non Payment Nightmares

Stamp Duty Non Payment Nightmares

 

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all conveyancing solicitors are not the same

All Conveyancing Solicitors Are The Same (LOL)

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Chancel Repair Flow chart

Here is an Infographic or flowchart to help you understand how Chancel Repair Liability may still affect you

 

 

 

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chipping sodbury high street

Why would any one really want to know how many Conveyancing solicitors there are in Chipping Sodbury?

 

 

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new online conveyancing calculator

Santa’s elves are not redundant, but have been busy working all hours to revise, tweak and improve our Online Conveyancing Calculator.

 

 

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top dippers inhousing market

Toe-Dippers are Serial Sellers who “dip their toes” into the housing market to see whether they can find a buyer for their property.

 

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planning portal

How Can You Quickly Find Out About What Does and What Does Not Require Planning Permission for Your House

 

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Another new year here but Chancel Repair Liability still with us.

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the most popular Conveyancing blogs of 2013 Numbers 5 to 1.

 

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conveyancing blog awardswhat better time of year than to compile a list of the most popular conveyancing blogs of 2013 as voted for by you

 

 

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When you are buying a new house, especially at this time of year, there is often a rush to move in prior to the Christmas and New Year break.

completion day retentions

 

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Here is a checklist for as stress free and smooth as possible move on your Big Day 

 

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When you buy a house locally you already know a few critical factors in making your choice.It’s different when you have to choose a house to buy outside your area.Here are three critical things you will need to consider:

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Saga today became an Alternative Business Structure (ABS) under the Legal Services Act of 2007

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Can we say Chancel Repair Liability is really now all over?.

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 Is Clutton Cox regarded as a top top firm of Conveyancing solicitors?

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A brief video showing you what you could consider before appointing Conveyancing Solicitors on you next move home.

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10  interesting, quite interesting facts sprinkled with some, let us be fair, quite dull ones as well about buying a house in Chipping Sodbury

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What happens next for Chancel Repair Liability now the deadline has passed for registration

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You pay for your home insurance policy every month so that should something go wrong, you can receive financial help in repairing or replacing what has been damaged or stolen. 

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Some quite interesting facts about Conveyancing and the UK Housing Market inSeptember 2013

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Yate

Are you thinking of buying a house in 

Yate?

 

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People talk, clients talk, and it’s heartening when clients have something complimentary to say about our conveyancing.

 

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 21 essential things you need to know about how the Help to Buy Scheme works in practice:-

 

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5 Star Conveyancing in Bristol5 Star Conveayncing in Bristol

Who are the best Conveyancers in Bristol?

 

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Sunday Times last weekend tipped Chipping Sodbury to be one of ten property hotspots in England.

 

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Avoid Door To Door Salesmen Selling Wills - it could cost you thousands of pounds

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How Will The Green Deal Affect Your House Sale or Purchase?

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Conveyor Belt Conveyancing: Why Take The Risk?

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Conveyancing Nightmares: What Happens If You Fail To Complete On Your Dream Home?

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A potential problem may arise with solar panels when you come to sell your house.

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A potential problem may arise with solar panels when you come to sell your house.

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The Property Information Form is one of the key components of the Conveyancing Protocol when you are buying and selling your home.

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The best conveyancing blog and articles

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Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors in Bristol provide an update of recent cases in May 2013

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Research by Savills the Estate Agents shows house prices increase on average 25% in areas where Waitrose has supermarkets 

 
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How to avoid a moving day nightmare on completion of your house move - a moving day cheat sheet

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a free conveyancing ebook guide to buying and selling your home in 26 bite sized chunks

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Bristol Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors Clutton Cox provide an update of recent cases

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How much does conveyancing cost in Bristol

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The Land Registry, the Government department charged with detailing all property titles in the UK, beefed up its fraud prevention measures last week with the introduction of a free Fraud Hotline.

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Mr Poor and Miss Unfortunate, are looking to buy their dream home in Yate (other towns villages and cities are available)

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There are inherent delays in the house buying and selling process. From the moment you decide to put your property on the market or decide to buy a house until you eventually exchange of contracts and completion can be many weeks.

Why beat yourself up over matters which can be avoided.

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The question “Do I Need a Homebuyers’ Survey” is one we as Conveyancing Solicitors are frequently asked by our clients.

The statistics are telling: 4 out of 5 Homebuyers do not have a full survey or at the very least RICS Homebuyers Survey and Valuation carried out on their new home.

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Those scarce  green shoots of a housing market recovery have been spotted this week by RightMove, the leading website property portal

Rightmove said traffic to its site is up 27% on this time a year ago, and new listings have increased by 22%.

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It’s the question that most clients ask at the start of their Conveyancing transactions.

We could say, provided your house move is a registered land sale, there are no linked transactions  (a chain) the buyer has cash and does not require a survey and your buyer’s Conveyancing Solicitors are on the ball – about 48 hours.

But we don’t. 

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How we've helped other people,Testimonials from clients of Clutton Cox Solicitors
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Now that the Mayan prediction of the world ending in 2012 has been put to bed, a New Year dawns and, no doubt, renewed confidence for those thinking of moving house in Chipping Sodbury and Yate in 2013. 

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Last week we reviewed the most popular blogs on the Clutton Cox solicitors website from number 10 to number 6.

Now for a delicious dénouement.

Those on tenterhooks and that may mean just you, need wait no longer.

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Last year, we took the opportunity of an end of year Hit Parade of the most read conveyancing blogs on the Clutton Cox website.

Last year none of our conveyancing blogs was able to oust the rampant curiosity of visitors to our website to see what our team of solicitors looked like. And, our Online Conveyancing Calculator and Conveyancing Home Page continued to whir like crazy.

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When you are buying a house, commissioning a search of the records held by the Local Authority, normally kicks off the Conveyancing Process.

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Conveyancing blogs have grown organically and significantly since I first put my head above the conveyancing parapet in 2008 and decided to write the first regular Conveyancing blogs in England and Wales.

Now to honour my Conveyancing peers for publishing great conveyancing content ( and no I don’t get to nominate or participate in my own Conveyancing Blog Awards) I am accepting nominations from anyone who has been moved, educated, impressed, inspired, amused, dazzled or a combination of all, by reading a Conveyancing blog, during 2012.

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Conveyancing Solicitors have a tendency to be rather blasé with their use of jargon. After all some of us are only human. 

Some Conveyancing Solicitors promise to speak in Plain English (we at Clutton Cox do at least); other Conveyancing Solicitors may yet wallow in the odd “hereinbefore” and “aforesaid mentioned”.

So if you are embarking on a sale or purchase here is a little help with all the terminology.

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Suppose you have sold your house or you have just found the house you were looking for and for the purposes of argument you have instructed the entirely non-fictitous quality firm of solicitors in Chipping Sodbury, CLUTTON COX.

We could add a note of congratulation here, but we shall move on.

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Time and again, clients and potential clients tell us what they want is certainty of legal fees. Or as we say guaranteed fixed legal fees with no hidden extras.

And clients want conveyancing quotations when they want them not just when a law firm is open during the day

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The Government yesterday decided against tidying up the current mess of Chancel Repair Liability.

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Now with your help we have put together a quick and highly unscientific survey to find out some of the taboos, that may yet still be putting people off buying a property.

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Well, Fixed Fees in Conveyancing Wills and Probate appears to be shocking for some of the new entrants in to the legal arena.

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Buying a flat, or an apartment, as Developers like to call them, differs from buying a normal house or freehold property.

Leases are used where there is one building or a block with
multiple owners.

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A major initiative launches at noon today in Bristol: the introduction of the Bristol pound.

And Clutton Cox Conveyancing Wills and Probate Solicitors believe they are the first firm of solicitors to sign up for the scheme and welcome the Bristol pound for conveyancing in Bristol.

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4 out of 5 couples who live together and are not married or in a civil partnership believe they do not need to make a Will. They believe that their property will automatically go to their cohabitee on death. The oft heard phrase “common law” wife simply does not exist in a legal context.

As well as making a Will there are other considerations before setting up home with your partner.

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all you need to know about chancel repair liability

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Is it finally the beginning of the end for chancel repair liability?

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How do you know what you will get, when you instruct
your Conveyancing Solicitor to act for you when you
move home.

Strange as it may seem, all you have to do is ask.

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Moving House: Where Does Most of the Money Go? A surprising answer perhaps?

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How important is it to have a fixed fee from your conveyancing solicitors when moving home?

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Why you should always have a survey before you buy a house or flat

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Does Your Conveyancing Solicitor "Walk the Walk?"

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10 Property Websites To Visit Before You Buy

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10 Ways to Avoid Stress When Moving Home

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Were HIPs Ever Replaced?

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Conveyancing Quality Scheme: What's In It For ME!

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How to Choose an Estate Agent: Top Tips

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Don't even think of buying or selling your home until you've read conveyancing guide

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Welcome to Clutton Cox: an new introduction by Solicitor Paul Hajek

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When Pushing the Boundaries Goes Beyond Cliche and Ends Up in Court

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Which Conveyancing Solicitor?: Don't Let Your Estate Agent Bully You!

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Mortgage Drought: Is there a solution?

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10 Quite Interesting Things about Conveyancing and the Housing Market 

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What Do We Want? Fairer Legal Fees: When do We Want Them? Now !

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Budget 2012 Headlines and the Property Market

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 NewBuy Scheme for First Time Buyers: Good Buy or By Pass? 
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Top Tips to Keep Your Home Out of the Grubby Hands of Fraudsters. 
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Separate Representation in Conveyancing: But Only for the Many 
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Thinking of Buying Property in France: 5 Top Tips
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25 Questions to Ask Yourself When Choosing Your Conveyancing Solicitor 
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