When buying or selling a property the conveyancer you use will be entrusted with a great deal of responsibility. Conveyancing negligence claims can be brought against those who are negligent in their duty and cause you to suffer a loss as a result. For many people, a property transaction will be the largest transaction they will make, involving their most valuable asset and significant emotional investment. If your conveyancer is negligent and mistakes are made, resulting problems can be particularly stressful, with financial and emotional consequences.
If you have suffered a loss as a result of negligence by your conveyancer, we can help you obtain legal redress. Healys Professional Negligence solicitors have a wealth of experience in conveyancing negligence claims and have the necessary expertise to advise and assist you in the recovery of your losses. We have excellent relations with the leading chambers in the industry and are recognised in the field by industry directory, the Legal 500. We are also members of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association.
There are many different ways by which negligent conveyancing can cause a loss, from a failure to fully investigate a property’s title, to inadequate advice relating to other matters affecting the property. It is, however, possible to recover your losses by claiming for professional negligence and the Healys Professional Negligence team can offer advice and guidance in this matter.
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14th July 2017
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25th January 2018
David Bailey, Partner in the Dispute Resolution team, discusses the question in the Times Newspaper.
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