Area Residential Property

Adverse Possession

Your rights to apply for ownership of land that you have occupied under the principle of “adverse possession” largely depend upon the timing of your claim and whether the land over which you are claiming adverse possession is “registered” or…

Legal Charge

A legal charge allows a lender to protect the money they have lent to an individual or company. It is a legal document signed by the borrower which is registered against the property at the Land Registry to alert any…

Lease Enfranchisement

Lease enfranchisement is a method used by leaseholders to gain more control and add value to their properties. The process can be undertaken by leaseholders of houses and flats. The right to lease enfranchisement only applies to “qualifying tenants” who…

Right to Buy

Local Authority tenants and Housing Association tenants have a right to buy their property after a period of time has elapsed.  This can be a complex procedure and the right advice and guidance is necessary. Curzon Green Solicitors will explain…

Deeds of Trust

If you are buying a property with a partner or a friend, and particularly if you are contributing towards the purchase price in unequal shares, we would recommend that you instruct solicitors to prepare a Deed of Trust (also known…

Transfers of Equity

A Transfer of Equity is the term used to describe any change in the legal ownership of a property, whether by adding or removing a name from the legal title such as the name of a partner or a spouse.…

Remortgages

Whether you are re-mortgaging your house in order to raise extra cash or changing your lender for a better deal you will need to instruct a solicitor to carry out the legal work on your behalf. Our solicitors have experience of…