Conditions on which a property is held (i.e. length of lease).
A property that is part of a row of houses.
The cost of repairing and maintaining communal areas of a building charged to the tenant or leaseholder.
Legal documents showing the ownership of a property.
An insurance policy which a buyer can take where there is a potential problem with the documentation in proving legal ownership of some part of the land they are buying.
An investigation carried out by a conveyancer into the history of ownership of a property.
A type of mortgage whereby any changes in the rate of interest charged follow exactly (track) another, specified, interest rate or index.
The Land Registry document that transfers legal ownership from seller to buyer.