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Cohabitation agreement

What is a cohabitation agreement?

Cohabitation is an arrangement in which an unmarried couple live together in a long-termrelationship. Couples might choose to cohabit, rather than

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Lodger agreement

Do I need a lodger agreement?

In need of some extra cash? Then renting out a spare room and taking on a lodger could be financially beneficial

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Haverhill Rovers

Valentine & Co delighted to sponsor Haverhill Rovers U10s and U7s

We’re delighted to announce we’ll be continuing our support for Haverhill Rovers U10 Reds & U7 Reds for the 2019/20 Mini Soccer

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Free legal advice

Remortgaging – why pay for a conveyancer when my mortgage lender is offering free legal fees?

When remortgaging, many mortgage lenders will offer free legal fees. Naturally, for the borrower, the opportunity to save a few

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Property chain

How to manage a property chain

A property chain relates to a series of buyers and sellers linked together because each is buying and/or selling a

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Sold as seen

What does ‘sold as seen’ mean in property?

In relation to property sales, when a transaction is ‘sold as seen’ conveyancers can only advise on the legal title

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Remortgaging

Why do I need a solicitor when I’m remortgaging?

Remortgaging is an option that can be used to get a better mortgage deal, or release some equity in a

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caveat emptor

What does ‘caveat emptor’ mean?

When buying a property, the principle of caveat emptor – a Latin term – applies which simply means ‘let the buyer

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Progress sale

How do you progress a property sale quickly?

Buying a house can be an exciting experience and one with a high degree of emotional involvement. It is also

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Controversial ground rent clauses

Controversial ground rent clauses

What’s the problem with a ground rent clause? Recently, the press have highlighted leases where the ground rent doubles every 10

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