Helpful Guides

Our guides and FAQs cut through the jargon and provide simple answers to complex legal questions. If you need to talk to someone, our team are always on hand to offer advice and support.

Residential Property

Redeeming a Help to Buy Equity Loan

If you are planning to sell a property purchased under the Help to Buy scheme, there are a number of steps you must take prior even to marketing the property. .

Residential Property

Joint Ownership-Is there more than one type?

If you are buying a property together, you will each be a co-owner.

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What does Restrictive Covenants mean? Are they important??

Restrictive Covenants are a highly complicated are of property law, where enforceability must be considered on a case by case basis.

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How do I find out what restrictive covenants are on my property?

While a complicated area; Kew Law are able to provide some tips to answer this question.

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Purchasing Listed Buildings

If you are purchasing a listed building, then you need to instruct an experienced solicitor with knowledge and experience of listed building transactions. .

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Why Do Solicitors Have To Undertake Anti-Money Laundering Checks?

Law firms in England are required to conduct Anti-Money Laundering (AML) checks due to legal obligations outlined in the Money Laundering Regulations 2017. .

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Permitted Development Rights

The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 is, in effect, a national grant of planning permission. .

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Conservation Areas In England

If you are considering buying a property within a conservation area in England, it is important to be aware of certain considerations and potential restrictions. .

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Chancel Repair Liability – A Brief History

Chancel repair liability is an interest benefiting over 5,000 pre-Reformation churches in England and Wales, allowing the Parochial Church Council to require owners of former rectorial land to meet the cost of repairing the church chancel. .

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