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Damar Apprenticeships, Career Opportunities & Training, Rundlewalker Solicitors Exeter.
Rundlewalker continues to invest in young talent through the Damar Training Apprenticeship Scheme.
Planning your escape to the country, what you need to consider - part 2.
Our previous article Planning your escape to the country - Part 1, asked ‘How rural do you really want to be?’ and discussed the realities of living off-grid.
COLP/COFA SRA Compliance Conference. Hannah Somers & Kathy Hayes of Rundlewalker Solicitors, chat with Clive Myrie of the BBC.
For Kathy Hayes, it's the second year meeting with "old friend" Clive Myrie.
Selling your home in a flat market, some top tips.
Carla Eagleson, conveyancing expert with Rundlewalker Solicitors in Exeter, explains.
Planning your escape to the country, what you need to consider - part 1.
In the first of two articles, Carla Eagleson, a residential conveyancing expert with Rundlewalker, looks at some issues that could affect you when buying a rural home.
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.
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.
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.