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Stamp Duty holiday, should I buy a property now?
Here Jenna Hamilton-Pursglove, a residential property conveyancer with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter answers some of your questions about the recent Stamp Duty changes.
Coronavirus and residential mortgages, your questions answered.
As lockdown restrictions ease and people want to take advantage of the Stamp Duty Holiday, we are seeing more activity in the housing market. Jenna Hamilton-Pursglove answers some potential questions.
Have you been injured in an accident involving a delivery driver?
One of the features of the Covid-19 pandemic has been our increasing reliance on delivery services, as people look to comply with government instructions to maintain social distancing.
Chancellor's Summer Statement: Rishi Sunak announces a temporary holiday on stamp duty.
Great news for home buyers - The chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a temporary holiday on stamp duty on the first £500,000 of all property sales in England and Northern Ireland.
City firm retains Lexcel Quality Mark.
Exeter law firm Rundlewalker has successfully retained the coveted Law Society’s Lexcel Accreditation, a much sought after award it has now held for the past seven years.
Cyber Essentials Certification - Renewal
What seemed unimaginable at the end of February has now become 'normal' life; how we've managed.
"I can only say a huge ‘thank you’ to you all.”
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.
Coronavirus, putting your house on the market.
Estimates suggest 375,000 property transactions have stalled because of the coronavirus crisis. What if you were thinking of moving, but had not yet put your house on the market? Here's some advice to help you get started...
If a spouse or partner is abusive during lockdown.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused seismic changes to all of our lives, including our family life, and it can be a particularly scary time if you live with a violent or abusive partner.
Moving Home Latest - House moves and viewings can resume in England.
Coronavirus: House moves and viewings to resume in England.
Rundlewalker are taking the spread of the Coronavirus extremely seriously. As of 24th March, all our solicitors and support staff will be working remotely yet remain contactable.