Conveyancing

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors

The term Conveyancing is a legal term used to describe the transfer of legal title/ ownership of property from one person to another. In other words Conveyancing is the purchase and sale of a property.

What is Conveyancing?

The term Conveyancing is a legal term used to describe the transfer of legal title/ ownership of property from one person to another. In other words Conveyancing is the purchase and sale of a property.

The term Conveyancing may also be used to describe other dealings which may occur on a property ie the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage, charge right of residence, right of way etc.

Please see further information on conveyancing in Ireland in our guides below:

 

 

Our Conveyancing Services include:

Property Sales

Property Purchase

Property Remortgages & Restructuring

Co – ownership agreements

Planning Permission

Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO’s)

Title Deeds review

Property disputes

For further information please contact Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors by calling 01 6139191, by emailing us at info@cgsolicitors.ie or by filling out our online contact form. Your enquiry will be forwarded to a solicitor who specialises in Property Law & Conveyancing.

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