Costs incurred by solicitors in carrying out their work which they will re-charge to their clients, this fee will normally be allowed for within the solicitors initial quote and refers to photocopying, postage and couriers etc.
These are the fees your solicitor will pay on your behalf (these fees are passed onto you) during the instruction of buying or selling your property â€“ they include: HM Land Registry fees, stamp duty and search fees.
These are the associated costs of your conveyancing and not the costs of the solicitor themselves. These may be Land Registry Fees and Searches, Bankruptcy Search Fees, Local Authority Fees and Searches, Indemnity Policy Fees, Telegraphic Transfer Fees, Stamp Duty (Tax), Leasehold Fees, Stamp Duty Land Transaction Form Fees, VAT
The various expenses involved in closing a property transaction that are in addition to the purchase price. Closing costs will include title insurance fees and other relevant charges such as a Credit Report fee.
Sums that appear on your conveyancers account but which are paid over to central or local government departments or government agencies. The main disbursements today are Stamp Duty and Land Registry fees. Some solicitors or conveyancers describe some of their own charges as disbursements, e.g. postage and photocopying.
Out-of-pocket expenses incurred in a family law matter, such as the cost of paying for the Statement of Claim to be issued at the court house or the cost of paying someone to deliver it to your spouse. It could also be the cost of a family law assessment.
These are the â€˜'hidden' costs of moving i.e. stamp duty, land registry fees etc. We ensure that clients are fully aware of these costs at the start of the transaction by providing a breakdown of costs in our client care letter.
The term “disbursements” relates to those costs incurred or likely to be incurred in your matter but which our not our firm's costs. Disbursements include, for example, Stamp Duty Land Tax, Land Registry and search fees.
Disbursements are all the payments that solicitors make to other people on your behalf. These are standard costs and include local authority searches, land registry fees and stamp duty. D.P.C Damp Proof Course â€“ treatment to give a property water resistant qualities and proper ventilation. Back to the top Exchange Where legal contracts are signed and exchanged, making the sale/ purchase legal and binding. Exchange of Contracts The buyer and seller sign the contracts and the solicitors then exchange them with each other. When you've exchanged contracts you're bound to buy or sell the property and you cannot cancel the transaction without the risk of financial penalties. Back to the top
These are the payments made on your behalf by your solicitors. These include, but are not limited to court fees, accident report fees, expert witness costs, the solicitor's/barrister's and travelling expenses. In the vast majority of cases these amounts are recovered from the losing party at conclusion of the claim.
Expenses incurred , usually by solicitors, in connection with the conveyancing process, and can include things like, courrier or postage costs bank fees, etc . These costs are usually passed on to the client.
These are the payments made on your behalf by your solicitor/barrister for fees other than the solicitor's/barrister's own Basic Charges. These include, but are not limited to court fees, accident report fees, expert witness costs, the solicitor's/barrister's travelling expenses and so on.
The various costs your conveyancers have to pay to other organisations and bodies on your behalf as part of the homebuying legal work. They include, for example, search fees and stamp duty/ land tax. Your conveyancer will itemise them on the invoice they send you.
Various fees and charges, additional to solicitors' or conveyancers' professional costs associated with the sale or purchase of a property. Disbursements include search fees, enquiry fees, survey costs and inspection costs.
Direct costs incurred by solicitors and other professionals, which are charged in addition to their fees. They include land registry fees, local search fees and other similar charges. They can also include costs such as fares, photocopying, couriers etc.
Cumulative total of the principal amount loaned under a particular program. Depending on the loan type, e.g., direct or guaranteed, the disbursement of monies is made by SBA or the participating lender.
Payments made using cash, checks, or electronic transfers. Disbursements include advances to others as well as payments for goods and services received and other types of payments made. (JFMIP Core, Pg. 48; Common Term) HUDCAPS Core Financial System Standard Accounting Interface, dated 9/30/97