What is a Transfer of Equity?

A Transfer of Equity is when the legal owners of the property are changed. This can be by the removal of one party, or the addition of a party. For example, Eric’s girlfriend Sue has been living at the property he is the sole owner of. By carrying out a Transfer of Equity, Sue can be added to the Land Registry title to also be a legal owner of the property. Bear in mind that if you have a mortgage, they will need to consent to any changes to the legal owners.

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Our team of solicitors and lawyers deal with a wide range of commercial property matters such as business sales, development work, granting and assignment of leases, lease extensions and renewals, freehold acquisitions, and disposals and deeds of easement.

We represent both commercial and residential clients relating to property conveyancing, drafting and negotiating of leases, agreements for lease, and licences for alteration.

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At GoodLaw Solicitors, we have a team of specialist conveyancing lawyers who act on behalf of our clients relating to buying or selling a home, remortgaging, transfers of equity and ownership, lease extensions and variations, buy to lets, and right to buy from the council.

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