Friday, 27 March 2015
Be prepared for property law changes, advise Frazer Coogans Solicitors
Recent major changes in the Scottish Land Register System together with commencement of the new Land and Buildings Transfer Tax from 1st April make it more essential than ever for buyers and sellers of property to seek advice from an experienced property solicitor.
With six solicitors and experienced support staff working daily in all aspects of the property sector, Frazer Coogans Solicitors are well placed to handle any transaction.
Norman Geddes, Peter McNamara and Craig Currie bring expertise to the Agricultural and Commercial Property sectors.
[Pictured: The Frazer Coogans commercial team. Back row left to right: Peter McNamara, Craig Currie, Erin Leyden, Seated, front: Norman Geddes.]
Austin Thomson, Carly Brodie and Jacqueline Malcolm specialise in Residential Conveyancing.
[Pictured: The Frazer Coogans residential team. Back left to right: David Harvey, Gillian Bryan, Kelly Frame, Lorraine Kerr, Angela McFadzean, Anoop Christi. Front row: Jacqueline Malcolm, Austin Thomson, Carly Brodie.]
Working together with drive and initiative they have helped place Frazer Coogans in the forefront of property conveyancing in Scotland. Recent figures issued by the Land Register of Scotland confirm Frazer Coogans to be the leading firm of solicitors in South West Scotland by number of properties registered last year.
Frazer Coogans regularly deal with sale and purchase of farm and country properties of all types, commercial property including leases, and residential conveyancing. In the agricultural sector they regularly deal with tenancy issues, wind turbine and other agreements and are frequently asked to advise on issues arising in farm partnerships. They are happy to provide an initial discussion without commitment or charge and regularly make farm visits.
Frazer Coogans chairman Norman Geddes said: “With a highly experienced and dedicated property team we enjoy providing advice to farmers, land owners and house purchasers. Tax advice is nearly always relevant to a property transaction and with Peter McNamara also being a Chartered Tax Adviser and a certified Trust and Estate Practitioner we are uniquely placed to combine property, succession and taxation advice.”
Frazer Coogans Solicitors are always happy to have a free initial meeting on any legal issue and welcome your call on 01292 280499.
Frazer Coogans Solicitors
46 Dalblair Road
Ayr KA7 1UQ
Frazer Coogans Solicitors is a Founder Member of the Elite Ayrshire Business Circle.