Buying, selling, renting or leasing property doesn’t have to be a nightmare and you don’t have to do it alone. Yes, Property Law can be a maze and sales or rental negotiations can be lengthy and frustrating but expert help can make it all run more smoothly. With assistance from our specialist team, we can ensure that you get what you need out of the deal.
In the field of property, we handle the full range of matters:
Buying or Selling your own Home can be a stressful process. However, at Babingtons we are committed to keeping our clients informed at every stage and to ensuring that your sale and/or purchase runs smoothly.
Our practice is a committed member of the Law Society’s Home Charter Scheme which operates to ensure that clients receive a quality and efficient service. Our Solicitors will advise you as to the associated costs at the beginning of the transaction. Furthermore, we can advise you on all aspects of the transaction and will provide a continuity of service. Our Practice is also qualified to deal with all Conveyancing in the Republic of Ireland.
In the specialised field of Sales & Purchases, our services also include:
Do you rent or lease a property? Whether you are the landlord or the tenant, it can be difficult to negotiate your way easily through all the relevant legislation to ensure that your rights are protected. Babingtons can help with:
We act on behalf of a number of registered housing associations, providing advice in relation to social housing issues. We regularly represent these clients in the County Court in ejectment proceedings grounded upon rent arrears and anti-social behaviour. In addition, we advise and represent both landlords and tenants in the private sector in relation to residential tenancies and business tenancies. This includes the preparation of tenancy agreements, compliance with the Private Tenancies (NI) Order 2006, service of a Notice to Quit and required notice periods, the Landlord Registration Scheme, Houses in Multiple Occupation and the requirements of the Business Tenancies (NI) Order 1996.