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Mooney Everett Solicitors, Staying Alert

Mooney Everett Solicitors, Staying Alert

The continuing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is still providing uncertain times and challenges to everyone. As the Government makes cautious changes to the lockdown, this also presents new challenges as businesses re-open, individuals are able to travel and meet-up with loved ones in controlled circumstances and the country starts to come back to life. Businesses must […]

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Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market

Plans to Restart and Renew the Housing Market   The Housing Secretary has recently delivered a statement about how to safely restart, reopen and renew the housing market since the enforced “lockdown” earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this period, he said, more than 450,000 buyers had to put their moving plans […]

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Mooney Everett Solicitors

Mooney Everett Solicitors

Mooney Everett Solicitors are a friendly, approachable team of lawyers that have a different approach to working with their clients, instantly creating a warm, open and transparent relationship from the initial moment of contact. The team realise that many clients are in unfamiliar territory and are often facing complex situations that they may have never […]

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Our aim is to deliver the best possible conveyancing service in Lancashire - Mooney Everett Solicitors

Our aim is to deliver the best possible conveyancing service in Lancashire – Mooney Everett Solicitors

Choosing the right conveyancing solicitor is vital when it comes to buying and selling a house or flat. Often, an estate agent will work closely with local solicitors to ensure that the client receives the best possible conveyancing service. At Mooney Everett Solicitors, we have an excellent relationship with many estate agents in areas all […]

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Leasehold flats in Liverpool, Lancashire

How to extend a lease on a flat or buy a share of the freehold

When you buy a flat you will usually buy it via a lease rather than buying it outright. This is because, when you own a flat, there needs to be a mechanism in place to ensure that everyone in the building occupies their space responsibly and contributes to the cost of maintaining and insuring shared […]

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Young Couple Moving into a New Home

Top 5 tips when getting a conveyancing quote

Buying a new home is exciting, whether it is a first-time purchase or an additional property to your portfolio, you will need a conveyancing lawyer to act for you in the process and ensure that the ‘legal title’ to the property passes from the seller to the buyer. Susan Ward, residential property lawyer at Mooney […]

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