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Posts tagged “Preston Solicitors”

What is a notice in conveyancing? 
 
A notice is something that can be registered against the Title to a property as a form of protection to someone with an interest in a particular property. Such notices must be registered, by your Garstang solicitor, via the Land Registry Portal. 
 
The conveyancing solicitor Preston should complete an application form which, dependent on the type of notice being registered, can vary. These forms include AN1 (Agreed Notice) or UN1 (Unilateral Notice), for example. We do, however, understand that these terms may mean very little to you, which is why our specialist team of Garstang solicitors are on hand to advise you of exactly what is required and to guide you through the process. 
You’ve been injured at work, injured in a road traffic accident, or bashed your head after tripping over a defect in the local high street. So what do you do? Well, before contacting your nearest personal injury solicitors, you attend A&E, your local Accident an Emergency Department, where, most of the time at least, you’ll be extremely well looked after, by everyone from the receptionist, to the triage nurse attending upon you. 
“Quic quid plantatur solo solo credit.” Nope the Conveyancing Solicitors Preston have not finally lost the plot; that is Latin for (roughly) “Whoever owns the land at the bottom of the lake owns everything up to the sky”. 
Ok, the answer to this is one isn’t simple. As your local personal injury solicitors will tell you, the ‘at fault’ party’s insurer do have a few tricks up their sleeve when it comes to settling a claim. 
 
For example, any personal injury firm laments about about certain insurer who used to accost their personal injury clients on their doorstep, and badger them into accepting a low settlement offer, subject to payment being made on the spot, and there being no fees payable to their 'lawyer'. Fortunately, those days are gone, and your local personal injury solicitors, MG Legal, will always advise our clients to wait for the opportune moment.. 
It's hard to imagine that there are still people out there who are looking to move home, considering 992,590 households purchased a property in 2018. However, if you are someone looking to move home in 2019, then what can you expect – besides from an incredible service should you choose to instruct MG Legal, Property Solicitors Preston? 
 
It is predicted that the first quarter will be fairly quiet, with the growing uncertainty due to Brexit- many Sellers waiting until later in the year before marketing their property expecting to get a higher price once there is a little more certainty. But there will still be Buyers looking to snap up a bargain due to either Death, Divorce or Debt. 
The Health and Safety Executive, HSE defines stress as ‘the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them’. 
A guide for the time in between exchange and completion: - 
 
How long have you got? 
 
Historically; people used to have approximately a month between exchange and completion. Now its normal to have a week but sometimes turn around can be as quick…same day kind of quick! The good news is that you have a say in the time you leave between exchange and completion so think about how long you want. You will need to decide this before the exchange takes place. 
 
If you want to remain calm, sane and organised we advise avoiding an exchange and completion taking place of the same day. Despite the massive temptation we at MG Legal, Lancaster law firm, recommend that you avoid at all costs! 
It is well-known, often cited case law that a person should never be able to gain from illegality (Patel v Mirza [2017] AC 467). Property Law however is tricky. Read on to discover how the courts have assisted Mr Rashid (in the case of Farakh Rashid v Mohammed Rashid: [2017] UKUT 0332 (TCC)) gain from illegal actions. 
When you are looking at getting divorced, there are so many questions that run through your head. MG Legal, your Solicitors in Lancaster, have complied a list of the most commonly asked questions by our clients, and have even answered them.  
 
Whilst Solicitors in Lancaster have given general responses, for advice relevant to your situation, call us on 01524 581 306 or email enquiries@mglegal.co.uk
Your local Solicitors in Lancaster, MG Legal, advise that when two parties enter into a contract, whether orally or in writing, there are certain criteria that must be met to ensure that the contract is valid, and therefore legally enforceable. The conditions are as follows:- 
 
1 There must be an offer made; 
2 The offer must be accepted; 
3 There must be sufficient consideration passing between the parties; 
4 Both parties must have mental capacity; 
5 There must be an intention to create legal relations. 
 
Now, whilst a few of the points may seem obvious, Solicitors in Lancaster explain that it can be easy to fail to meet all the conditions. 

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