Our Residential Conveyacing team consists of Sadia Rahman who is a partner with over 20 years experience in residential conveyancing alongside our associate solicitors Shan Shahriar and Emily Brearley. We also have the following conveyancing assistants who deal with day to administrative support for the department: Mohammed Hussain, Sarah Young, Samaira Yousaf.


We are capable of dealing with property transactions of all types and levels of complexity. Distance is no object: we offer a truly nationwide service. We can act on your behalf, without difficulty, regardless of the location of the property.

Wrigley Claydon are panel solicitors for all of the principal banks/building societies which means that we can represent you and your lender, usually at no extra cost to you and with a saving in time.

We are able to offer legal services for the following transactions:

  • Property Buying
  • Property Selling
  • Gifting and Transferring of Property
  • Remortgage of Property
  • Lease Extensions

We have experience in dealing with more specific types of property transactions such as: buy to let, trusts of land, shared ownership, equity release, leasehold property, management company disputes and auction property.


Fees and Disbursements

Most of our work in residential conveyancing is carried out on a fixed fee basis which depends on the type and value of the transaction involved. Please use our quote builder if you require an estimate of costs and also click below for the Additional Fees List.


Leasehold Property Notice Fees

If the property you are buying is leasehold there are often notice fees payable to the landlord. For flats, there may be fees for information, dealing with Deeds of Covenant or transfer of shares payable to the landlord and/or Management Company. There may be a Certificate of Compliance fee.  Such fees vary quite widely and cannot be confirmed until we have information from the deeds and/or the fee is confirmed by the person or Company to whom the fees are to be paid.



It is not possible to give an estimated timescale for when a transaction will complete as there are a number of factors that will determine this. On average a residential conveyancing transaction takes between eight and twelve weeks. We will discuss completion dates and realistic timescales with you throughout your matter to keep you fully informed of progress and any potential delays.

Click here for the Additional Fees List

A guide to buying or selling your home

We have prepared two information sheets that cover the main points about Purchasing a Residential property and Selling a Residential property that you can download free by clicking on the links below:

Free conveyncing purchase guide - a step by step guide to buying a new home
Free Home Sellers Guide

Our well established team of solicitors have in-depth knowledge and experience in this area of law, so please call us for more information:
Manchester Office:
0161 914 9881
Oldham Office:
0161 624 6811

Todmorden Office:
01706 815712

Team – Oldham and Manchester: Sadia Rahman, Emily Brearley, Shan Sharia, Mohammed Hussain, Sarah Young.

Team – Todmorden: Emma Piszkalo, Amelia Ormerod

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