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If you are buying or selling a house, you will be engaging in the process of conveyancing. There are a number of things that you should consider when you are buying or selling a house.
What is Conveyancing?
This is the technical legal term for buying or selling a house. The meaning of convey refers to the movement of the title to the property form one person or legal entity to another. For many people the purchase of a family home will be the largest transaction which they ever conduct on a personal level and there needs to be great care taken to ensure that all of the elements of a contract are in order and you need a professional to examine a contract to ensure that there are not any terms of the contract which are seriously prejudicial to your interests.
Do I need a lawyer or a solicitor?
The short answer is that no, it is not essential for you to have a solicitor to conduct a property transaction. However, it is certainly advisable. If you, for instance, were feeling sick and you had a very bad headache it is possible that you could get over it without the assistance of a doctor. However, a doctor would certainly be able to provide you with assistance and advice in relation to the problems that you are experiencing, suggest appropriate solutions to your problem and be a person experienced in such matters who can help you get back to full health. Sometimes a conveyancing solicitor can be a bit like this with helping you to navigate the complex maze of procedures, requirements and dangers involved in property transactions which can all mean that the process is much smoother for you and does not expose you to risk in relation to your biggest asset.