Residential Conveyancing & Property
Moving house can be a stressful time. At Southerns we are committed to providing you with a professional service and ensuring that your transaction progresses as quickly and smoothly as possible. We take pride in providing a local, friendly and stress free experience to our clients. Our residential conveyancing team is headed by Talitha Murphy.
Our expertise in the field of residential conveyancing extends beyond dealing with sales and purchases and we are able to offer assistance and advice in a wide range of matters, including:-
- Sales and purchases of property
- Transfers of property
- Trusts relating to property
- Preparation of Leases and Tenancy Agreements
- Claiming land by adverse possession/long user
In recognition of our first class quality service, we have been awarded “Conveyancing Quality Scheme” status by the Law Society.
For an initial consultation with a member of our team, please contact us on Burnley: 01282 422711, Blackpool: 01253 922123 or Manchester/Cheshire: 0161 3595730. Alternatively email a member of the team directly.
Southerns would like to remind our clients of some key fraud advice.
If you are suspicious about any property transaction you have been asked to carry out, please let us know as soon as possible by calling our property fraud line on 0300 006 7030 from Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help your clients avoid becoming victims of property fraud, please encourage them to:
- read our property fraud advice: www.gov.uk/propertyfraud;
- sign up to our free Property Alert service: www.gov.uk/property-alert; and
- watch our short property fraud video.
Many of you have already added property fraud advice to your websites and given our Protect your property from fraud leaflets to your clients. If you’d like to order more leaflets free of charge, email email@example.com, stating how many leaflets you’d like and the address or DX number to send them to.
Since 2009, HM Land Registry has prevented 254 fraudulent applications being registered, representing properties valued in excess of £117 million. No system can be completely fraud-proof, but by working together we can help more people understand what they can do to protect themselves.