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Declarations of Trust

 

 

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Tim Logan

Senior Partner, Solicitor

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During a transaction you may want to protect your financial interest in a property. To do so, you will need to sign a declaration of trust with any other owners of the property.

This document, if drafted correctly, will ensure that when the property is sold it is sold in accordance with that agreement. This means that if you are purchasing a property together and one of you is putting in substantially more money than the other, you can protect this financial interest.

Ellisons Solicitors are experienced in such matters and can draft bespoke documentation to protect your interests.

How we can help

 

At Ellisons, our lawyers know that the client is key to the transaction, and we build the process around you. We keep our fees transparent, our communication frequent, and take a proactive approach to property transactions; considering your intentions and ambitions for a property purchase or any specific needs you may have regarding dates for completion or issues preventing exchange.

We are also accredited with the Law Society’s Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) – the mark of excellence for the home buying process which illustrates our excellence in this field, as well as being a Lexcel Accredited firm.

 

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If you have any enquiries please contact any one of our specialist team who would be pleased to advise you on your options. You can also contact your lawyer individually from ‘Our People’ using the link below.

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