property

easements
An easement is the right for one owner of land to make use of other adjacent or nearby land for…
white fence boundary dispute
Homeowners who feel that a boundary at their property is not where it should be, or that a neighbour’s extension…
Property search
Clients often ask “do we need searches”.  Depending on your circumstances the answer is both yes and no.  If you…
Darren Heard with Steve Bulman
WBW Solicitors welcome Darren Heard, a Commercial and Residential Property Solicitor, to their head office in Newton Abbot, Devon. Darren…
Property House Gavel
For devotees of `Homes under the Hammer', buying property at auction always looks like fun and rarely does anything untoward…
Building Regulation Approval and Competent Person’s Certificates – by Paula Land of WBW Solicitors
Most homeowners will at some time want, or need, to make changes to their property.  This could be anything from…
restrictive covenants
Successful property developers have a good eye for a promising opportunity but they must also navigate the complexities of legal…
Purchasing a Freehold Flat – by David Wheaton of WBW Solicitors
Freehold flats cause alarm bells to ring where most solicitors are concerned. There are two separate situations which need to be…
Property House Gavel
As a Conveyancer, you are used to dealing with all types of property transactions, from the straightforward transactions to the…
Helen Davies
Whether you are buying or selling a house, or both at once, you need an experienced solicitor on your team.…