The term 'conveyancing' refers to all the legal and administrative work associated with transferring the ownership of land or buildings from one owner to another. The DMG Legal process starts after an offer has been made and accepted to buy a property and solicitors' details exchanged by the two parties .When you buy, sell or remortgage a property, you are advised to use a conveyancer, employed by a firm of solicitors, or a licensed conveyancer, to look after your interests and deal with the complex paperwork. Your conveyancer will ensure all the legal conditions and obligations are met and the new mortgage goes into place without problems. He will also act on behalf of your current lender, making sure your existing mortgage is repaid (if you are not a first time buyer). During the conveyance, you will be told what is happening, what you have to do next and be given a number of documents to sign and return allowing the next stage to go ahead. It is important to respond to any requests promptly so that you do not delay the whole process.
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