10. Conveyancing.

10. Conveyancing.

It is a good idea to start gathering together the paperwork that your chosen solicitor will require once your property is sold so it doesn’t cause any unnecessary delays.
Your solicitor will provide you with a list of the documents they typically require and can include:
• Title deeds to the property
• Fixtures and fittings that will be included/excluded in the sale
• Any disputes such as boundary disagreements with a neighbour that may relate to your property
• Rights of access that may be shared with your neighbour and who has responsibility in maintaining hedges and fences.
• Any planning permission and building regulation certificates if any improvements/additions have been made.