The procedure for buying and selling a park home is slightly different to that of buying or selling a traditional bricks and mortar property. Following completion, you will own the park home, but not the pitch (or plot) upon which the park home sits.
The process for selling and buying a park home is also slightly different as it follows a certain procedure set out in legislation.
Your ownership of the park home will not be registered with the Land Registry, and there is no legal obligation to instruct a solicitor on your part. However, as buying or selling a park home is a significant transaction that generates serious financial and emotional consequences, and as you are entering into a legally binding contract on a substantial asset, obtaining specialist independent legal advice is a sensible option.
Our specialist advisors can assist you through this process.
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