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The property team at Samuels Solicitors, based in Barnstaple North Devon, have a wealth of experience going back over 25 years, in dealing with residential and commercial leases, including:
- drafting and settling leases of flats;
- dealing with leases of commercial properties;
- dealing with tenants;
- lease extensions; and
- setting up management companies.
We understand that attention to detail is vital to avoid many of the problems which can occur with leases, if they are not handled in an expert way.
Samuels Solicitors have been members of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme for many years. This accreditation is awarded where the conveyancing work at a firm is of the highest quality. You will be entitled to expect great customer service at a fair and reasonable price.
Many leases granted in the 1970’s and 1980’s were for 99 years. The remaining term of these leases is now decreasing such that in order to sell or meet the requirements of the mortgagee, it is necessary to extend the lease. We can carry out this work for you – instructing surveyors, negotiating with landlords, serving the required notices.
If leases are not dealt with properly, the consequences in terms of time and costs can be significant. This is why we are committed to providing the highest quality service to our clients and why they will return to us time after time and tell others about our services.
We will always provide you with an estimate of your fees at the outset.
Contact us for a free, no obligation discussion.
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