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Buying with a friend – A Solution or a Problem?


In the past few years, the cost of houses in the UK has risen significantly. Many find it difficult to afford a house on their own. So, they decide to buy with a friend. What are the pros and cons of doing so? Let’s have a look. Pros The foremost reason why some decide to...

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How to get a UK investor visa?


To apply for an investor visa, you must be willing to invest £2 million or more in the UK and meet all the eligibility requirements. You can make the application 3 months before your date of travel and you will get the decision in 3 weeks. If you want to get the decision quicker, you...

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Child sexual abuse – Identifying the signs


In recent decades, child sexual abuse has become a serious threat to children and young people, irrespective of their background and age. Abusers use power or money to sexually exploit the child. They may offer money, gifts, accommodation, drugs, alcohol or food in exchange for sexual activities or simply coerce the child into sexual activity....

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8 Things You Can Do to Avoid a Completion Day Nightmare


The final stage in the homebuying process is the completion day. It is the day when money is fully transferred from buyer to seller, keys are exchanged, and moving begins. The date is decided beforehand by the buyer and the seller. In general, completion day is 1 to 4 weeks after the exchange of contracts....

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4 Reasons Why a Property Survey is Important


When buying a property, getting a property survey done helps you ensure that you are making a good deal. Put simply, a property survey gives you a clear picture of the legal boundaries of your property and whether there are any defects that will require repairs. A property surveyor will Do legal research by checking...

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    This document does not present a complete or comprehensive statement of the law, nor does it constitute legal advice. It is intended only to highlight issues that may be of interest to clients of Aristone Solicitors. Specialist legal advice should always be sought in any particular case.