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Grant Saw Solicitors LLP are proud to announce we have been awarded second place and highly commended by Law Firm Services (LFS) as Small Conveyancing Firm of the Year. We were judged on our compliance, legal expertise and commitment to providing a quality legal service to clients. We provide comprehensive reports to clients and countless opportunities to discuss the legal paperwork at an early stage. All our lawyers are experienced and each client is given a named lawyer to act on their behalf throughout their transaction. We identify and tackle issues as soon as they arise rather than at the last minute, avoiding frustration. We spend approximately six hours on a freehold matter and ten hours on a leasehold matter. There are very few firms who provide such a quality conveyancing and property service. We draft  all types of legal documents and find we are the ones preparing documents to remedy legal issues because other firms do not have the expertise.  We offer clients purchasing a residential property a reimbursement scheme so that they may recover legal, survey, mortgage and search fees (up to £2,100) if their transaction does not proceed through no fault of their own (terms and conditions apply). We are Lexcel accredited which is the Law Society’s practice management standard awarded only to solicitors who meet the highest management and client care standards. We are members of LawNet,  a collaboration between some of the country’s leading law firms, which helps us to exchange ideas and ensure best practice from which our clients benefit. We are accredited with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme and are on the panel of most mortgage lenders. We thank all of you who are our clients and look forward to working with you in the future, and to those of you who are not yet our clients please consider instructing us next time you need a specialist property lawyer.

This is not legal advice; it is intended to provide information of general interest about current legal issues.