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Selling your property at auction.
In an increasingly stagnant market, selling at auction may appear an attractive choice for sellers. However, if you are thinking about selling your property this way, there are some things you need to be aware of first.
City firm retains Lexcel Quality Mark
Exeter law firm Rundlewalker has successfully retained its Law Society’s quality mark, Lexcel, a much sought after accreditation it has now held for the past six years.
Cyber Essentials Certification
Our ongoing commitment to data security and protection.
Legal considerations when building a granny annexe.
If you have an elderly parent or parents, you probably worry about the difficulty of looking after them, so a granny annexe therefore may seem like the perfect solution. However, there are some things you should consider first.
Rundlewalker are recruiting. Experienced Solicitor, Legal Executive, Licenced Conveyancer Vacancy.
Solicitor/Legal Executive/Licenced Conveyancer with 2 years or more PQE/experience of dealing with their own case load needed to join our friendly team on the Quay in Exeter.
Client Feedback Survey
Now available online – our Client Feedback Survey; please let us have your thoughts regarding your experience with us.
Have you had a cycling accident? Your route to obtaining compensation.
Roger Henderson explains why cyclists are so at risk and the steps to take following an accident to enable you to pursue a claim for compensation.
Development proposals and your Local Authority search.
Carla Eagleson, residential conveyancer with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, looks at the planning and development information a Local Authority search will reveal.
Online conveyancers often appear to offer the cheapest option, but are they the best?
'Conveyancing factories' - a new development.
Deciding to be Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common?
If you are buying a property with someone else, deciding whether you will own it as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common, may determine your respective shares in the property.
Who has 'Parental Responsibility' and what does it mean?
If you have spent many years living with and developing a close bond with a child, you may be concerned that your ‘parental’ status is not formally recognised.
Disagreements and decisions about your children.
If you are separated or divorced, you will probably have an arrangement with your ex-partner dealing with where your children live and how often they see their other parent.