Freehold residential property
£1 - £250,000 - £1750 plus VAT
£250,001-£500,000. - £2000 plus VAT
£500,001 - £750,000 - £2500 plus VAT
£750,001 - £1,000,000. - £3000 plus VAT
£1 Million - £2 Million - £4000 plus VAT
£2 Million - £3 Million - £5000 plus VAT
Above £3 Million - We charge on hourly basis, £350 plus VAT per hour
Following additional fees will also apply;
Leasehold properties - £450 plus VAT is applicable
Transfer of Equity - £650 plus VAT
Deed of Gift - £250 plus VAT
Additional work - £250 plus VAT per hour
File Storage Fee - £250 plus VAT
Land Transaction Return fee: £250 plus VAT
Photocopying charges: £75 plus VAT
CHAPS or TT admin fee per transaction: £60 plus VAT
New build property: £750 plus VAT
Help to Buy ISA Bonus scheme: £50 plus VAT per person
Help to Buy Equity Scheme: £250 plus VAT
Disbursements in Conveyancing matters:
In conveyancing matters (residential and commercial), there will be the additional expenses apart from the fees we charge;
Land Registry fees (will depend on the value of the property)
Searches cost: Approximately £400 or higher in residential and can be approximately £800 or higher in commercial.
AML checks: £16 approx
Lawyer Account check: £12 approx
Bank charge for CHAPS/TT (per transaction): £17
Lenders LMS Portal Fees: £12 (only for LMS lender cases)
Land Registry Searches: £12 approx
There may be other disbursements or expenses incidental to the matter which we may come to know during the progresss of the transaction and we will notify the cients as soon as it comes to our attention.
Commercial Conveyancing - £350 plus VAT per hour
Immigration Work - £350 plus VAT per hour
Independent Legal Advice - £350 plus VAT per person for residential property matters. For other ILA matters, fee is charged on hourly basis at £350 plus VAT per hour.
There may be other fees applicable in the transaction, which we will let you know as soon as it comes to our attention.
Please also note that our fees does not include any disbursement/expenses applicable in the transaction and you will have to pay for that.
Our Complaints Procedure:
If you have received a legal service from us (if you are a client) and is dissatisfied with the level of service we provided you, then you can make a complaint and the complaint procedure are detailed below.
Stage 1: You should register your complaint with us in writing. We will try to resolve your complaint as soon as possible. The details of how to submit your complaint to us are detailed in the client care letter we have provided you at the outset of the transaction.
Stage 2: If your complaint remains unresolved after 8 weeks of registering your complaint with us, then you can submit your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman. The details of how to submit the complaint to the Legal Ombudsman are detailed on their website, https://www.legalombudsman.org.uk.
Deadline to make complaint:
The customer/client should register their complaint with us within one year. After giving the complaint to us within one year, you will have to wait for 8 weeks. The complaint to the Legal Ombudsman must be made within six months from the date of conclusion of our complaints procedure.
Other complaints resolution methods:
There are other complaints resolution bodies which may be able to resolve your complaint and they are as follows;
Ombudsman Services – www.ombudsman-services.org
ProMediate – www.promediate.co.uk
Small Claims Mediation – www.gov.uk/government/publications/small-claims-mediation-service-ex730