Conveyancing Negligence Solicitors
Purchasing property is one of the largest financial commitments that a person can make, which is why it can be so stressful when it goes wrong. When you purchase a property, you normally instruct a solicitor, or a licensed Conveyancer, to act for you.
If you feel that you have fell victim to conveyancing negligence at the hands of your Conveyancer, then please contact one of our professional negligence solicitors today.
If you are still unsure, then read below to find out:
- if your legal advisor has failed you on any key criteria
- how to make a professional negligence claim
- how to get in touch with fully qualified, Conveyancing Negligence Solicitors
Has your legal advisor failed you on any of these key criteria?
The first step to knowing if you are eligible for a professional negligence claim is to review the following. If your solicitor or licensed conveyancer has failed, you on these key criteria then you should contact our conveyancing negligence solicitors today.
The key criteria are:
- Failure to identify problems with the legal title to their purchase property
- Failure to carry out the correct searches
- Failure to alert their client to rights of way affecting their purchase property
- Failure to notice or report to their client on problems which should have been revealed by searches carried out over the property
- Failure to alert their client to onerous restrictive covenants or existing breaches of covenant affecting the title
- Failure to identify problems with a lease such as an unacceptable short length of term
- Failure to sufficiently advise the client on their joint ownership or incorrectly draft a declaration of trust
- Failure to adequately advise the client on existing breaches of planning or building regulations.
It is important to remember that you may still be eligible for a claim even if you do not meet any or all the criteria. And so, we recommend that if you are still unsure, you should contact our professional negligence experts and they can assist you.
How to make a conveyancing negligence claim?
Step 1. Check through the criteria shown and decide whether it relates to your experience.
Step 2. Contact our professional negligence experts. Our key advisors have decades of experience handling complex legal conveyancing issues and will be able to assist you with your enquiry.
Step 3. If we believe that you have a fair case for conveyancing negligence, then our experts will ensure that you receive the proper compensation.