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    Conveyancer experienced in overage

    I am in need of a conveyancer/conveyancing solicitor experienced in writing overage clauses (clawback) but I'm struggling to find one. If anyone knows of one please could you send me a PM, I don't think it's allowed to mention names on the forum.

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    Any firm with a designated commercial conveyancing department should be able to help. There are some niche firms, but you probably should be looking at a firm in a large town with at least 15 partners.

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      #3
      Thanks Lawcruncher.

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        #4
        there are a number of ways of achieving an overage. Its quite tricky.

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