Lockings Solicitors

Category: Legal Advice

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When To Appoint A Conveyancing Solicitor

If you are buying or selling a property, you are likely to want the transaction to go through as soon as possible so that you can settle into your new [...]
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Is Your House At Risk From Property Fraud?

Property fraud is a serious problem for UK homeowners, with millions of pounds of loss each year. However, information released by the Land Registry has also revealed that relatively few [...]
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The Facts About Squatters’ Rights

Also referred to as adverse possession, squatters rights arise when someone occupies land that is not theirs for a certain period of time. Squatters’ rights most often arise over pieces [...]
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Guide To Buying A Property With A Partner

If you are thinking of buying a house with a partner, you need to be aware of the different ways of jointly owning a property and the legal implications. You [...]
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What Is Gazumping And How To Avoid It

Gazumping happens when a buyer has had their offer accepted and has started on the conveyancing process, only to have the seller change their mind partway through and switch to [...]
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Your Legal Question Answered: Do I need a Will?

[vc_row height=”auto”][vc_column][vc_column_text] Do I need a will? It’s a question we have heard many times and the answer is undoubtedly, yes. However, recent research carried out by the insurance company [...]
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We are Now on YouTube

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Given the current climate and our reliance on technology and the way it connects, we thought that there couldn’t be a better time to take Lockings further and embrace [...]
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