Conveyancing: Acting for both vendor and purchaser

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors

Solicitors are prohibited from acting for both a vendor and a purchaser in a conveyancing transaction by law since the 1st January 2013 save for a few limited circumstances. Therefore , even where there is a voluntary transfer of property between family members, separate solicitors must be obtained.

Solicitors are prohibited from acting for both a vendor and a purchaser in a conveyancing transaction by law since the 1st January 2013 save for a few limited circumstances. Therefore , even where there is a voluntary transfer of property between family members, separate solicitors must be obtained.

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