Casey Solicitors LLP has extensive experience in both residential and commercial conveyancing, acting for purchasers and sellers of residential and commercial property.
Our experience spans over 3 decades through both boom and bust. We act for private individuals buying and selling their homes, builders and property developers developing and selling housing and apartment developments, property investors, companies and partnerships buying or leasing office buildings, hotels, hospitals, farms and a whole range of other private and commercial properties.
We aim to ensure that your conveyancing work is done for you as efficiently and stress-free as possible. Our experienced conveyancing solicitors will give you clear, practical and timely advice on all aspects of the conveyancing process. They will go through each phase of a conveyancing transaction and explain and advise on the issues as and when they arise. Crucially, we also provide advice on recognising potential issues before they arise so that our clients are well prepared and equipped to deal with all aspects of their transaction.
Conveyancing is the legal process of purchasing and selling property including land, houses, apartments or commercial buildings like hotels, factories, office buildings etc. Conveyancing is usually divided into two main sub-groups, residential conveyancing and commercial conveyancing.
A solicitor’s main role in a conveyancing transaction is to examine the legal title to the property and to advise on any legal issues which may arise. A solicitor also examines the planning status of the property. He advises clients on any title or planning deficiencies, and where possible, on how to remedy them. When acting for purchasers, a solicitor assists them with their loan, completes the mortgage of the property and delivers the title deeds to the property to the bank at the end of the conveyancing process.
For client focused, straightforward and straight-talking legal advice, get in contact with our offices today.
This involves the purchase and sale of houses and apartments either between builders and individuals when new houses and apartments are bought and sold. Or between individuals where second-hand properties are bought and sold. Usually, though not always individuals buying residential property borrow from a bank to fund -- or part fund -- the purchase and then, as part of the conveyancing process, they mortgage the property to the bank.
This involves the purchase and sale of commercial properties usually from business to business, but also from a business to an individual. In commercial conveyancing, the lending arrangements with the Purchaser’s bank are usually more complex than in residential conveyancing transactions. A Purchaser which is a limited company may, for example, secure the bank funding by a range of different instruments including a debenture, usually incorporating a fixed and floating charge, a mortgage on the property, a mortgage over shares or by personal guarantees given by the directors of the company. The commercial lending aspect of commercial conveyancing brings in many aspects of company law, banking law, directors’ duties and obligations, personal and inter-company guarantees and a whole range of other legal issues.
Casey Solicitors LLP assists clients who have been injured in an accident that wasn’t their fault.
From road traffic accidents to accidents in the workplace, we can assist clients to achieve the legal redress they deserve following an accident.
Our personal injury* services include:
Medical Negligence Claims
Road Traffic Accidents
Accidents in a Public Place
Work Place Accidents
To schedule a consultation with one of our personal injury solicitors, get in contact with Casey Solicitors LLP today.
Our solicitors assist clients by composing legal binding wills. Our service ensures that a person's wishes are carried out, and that their estate is distributed according to their instructions.
For additional information on our wills and probate services, get in contact with Casey Solicitors LLP today.
Estate planning involves the accumulation and proper disposal of an estate to maximise the stated goals of the estate power.
Estate planning makes sure that a person’s estate is distributed according to the wishes of the estate owner after their passing.
To speak to one of our estate planning solicitors, get in contact with Casey Solicitors LLP today.