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As conveyancing specialists, our professional and friendly team of legal experts from Manor Hall Law will undertake the stressful legal work on your behalf and deliver a personal and transparent service ensuring your move is as smooth as possible. Furthermore, our services are regulated by the council for licensed Conveyancers so you will have peace of mind throughout.

Our customers enjoy the following benefits of our service:

  • No completion, no fee – If, for any reason, your sale or purchase should fail to go ahead, no legal fees will be payable.
  • Fixed fees – We know communication is vital so our fees are fixed to enable you to budget precisely without having to worry about being charged for each call or letter.
  • Immediate start – If you're selling a property, the legal work can start as soon as the property is listed- saving you time when a buyer is found.
  • 24/7 Online progress tracking – You can see your progress online and download documents instantly so you always know what stage of the process you’re at.
  • Longer opening hours - We've extended our hours so you can contact us more easily at a time that suits you.

    Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 7pm
    Saturday: 9am – 4:30pm
    Sunday: 10am – 3.30pm

  • Keeping you informed - We can work around your busy lifestyle and contact you according to your preference, whether that's by phone, post, SMS, email or even Skype.

To discover more about Romans Conveyancing and the service we provide, speak to a member of our team by calling us or alternatively, submit the form and we’ll contact you at your convenience.

Conveyancing FAQs

Who can carry out the conveyancing?

A solicitor or licensed conveyancer usually conducts the conveyancing process. It is possible to do it yourself if you’re not taking out a mortgage, but conveyancing law can be very complex and time consuming, so most home buyers and sellers employ legal experts on their behalf.

How long does the conveyancing process take?

Manor Hall Law focuses on a quick completion and if everything goes to plan your conveyancing can be complete within as little as four weeks.

Waiting for confirmation of your mortgage offer can often slow things down so we recommend organising your mortgage from the outset.

Is conveyancing the same as surveying?

Conveyancing and surveying are different things.

Surveyors focus on the physical condition of the property and its structural soundness.

Conveyancing is all about transferring the legal title of a property from the seller to the buyer. Conveyancers initially check the seller holds the title to the property, they also arrange searches to highlight any potential issues that might change your mind about buying the property.

Your conveyancer also organises the payment between both parties when the transaction completes, including the payment of stamp duty to HM Revenue & Customs.

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Why do I need a conveyancer?

There is a complicated legal process to follow when selling or buying a home and a very large amount of money is involved. Therefore, you need someone to offer the correct advice and guide you through the conveyancing process, while following the legal process. This is what conveyancers do.

Who are licensed conveyancers?

Licensed conveyancers are specialist legal professionals who have been trained to deal with all aspects of property law. Manor Hall Law is a member of the Council for Licensed Conveyancers and all of our conveyancers are property law specialists.

What do I do if I have lost my deeds?

The procedure will depend on whether the property is registered or unregistered and how they came to be lost. If title for your property is registered in H.M Land Registry then since the Land Registration Act 2002 came into force this may no longer constitute a problem. In the more unusual situation where title to you property is not registered in H.M Land Registry the individual circumstances will need to be investigated and specialist legal advice may be required to resolve the situation.