Mark Cooper

Solicitor, Conveyancing

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Mark qualified as a solicitor in 2006.

Prior to his qualification, he obtained experience in litigation and since qualifying, he has specialised in Residential Conveyancing.

Mark joined BTTJ as a Conveyancing Solicitor in 2007. He deals with freehold and leasehold sales and purchases, lease extensions, re-mortgages, transfers of equity and providing independent legal advice in relation to personal guarantees. Mark spends 100% if his working time dealing with residential conveyancing matters.

He has a reputation for being very thorough with a keen eye for detail.

Latest blog posts...

Stamp Duty & the ‘mini budget’

4th October 2022
News Plus

In his ‘mini budget’ speech on 23rd September 2022 Kwasi Kwarteng, Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced that there would be changes to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for residential transactions, effective immediately. Mark Cooper, Conveyancing Solicitor explains the changes below. The first change was to increase the price at which SDLT becomes payable.  Prior to 23rd September 2022,...

Selling your rental property

27th July 2022
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The property market has been experiencing a busy period in which higher numbers of properties have been bought and sold. In some cases, residential landlords have decided to sell their rental properties. In a large number of transactions, the sale of the property is subject to vacant possession i.e. no tenants in the property. What happens when your are thinking of selling your rental...