In recent times market forces have driven down the cost of Conveyancing, which is great news for the customer wishing to buy or sell a property.
Here at Munro & Noble, where possible, we have used technology and re-engineered processes and procedures to improve efficienciy within our service to our clients. This means our clients can benefit from very competitive conveyancing rates, plus they have the knowledge that if an unexpected complexity arises in the conveyancing process, we have a dedicated team of professionals with the knowledge and experience to process your property sale or purchase with minimal fuss.
We endeavour to be friendly, available, timely and efficient and will communicate with you every step of the way.
Here in the Highlands a significant proportion of property transactions are not straight forward. Land / Property can be subject to:
Boundaries may not have been legally established. For unregistered properties, (i.e. those not registered within the Registers of Scotland cadastral map), a legal plan is required which can highlight issues with boundaries, if they do not reflect the title boundaries.
Servitude rights, (right to utilities), may be obscure.
Title conditions and reservations affecting the land may require careful examination.
These are just some of the issues we regularly encounter. An important reason why using local professionals can be prudent and, in the long run, may save you money and unnecessary hassle.
At Munro & Noble we will go the extra mile to give you peace of mind in all your property transactions.
‘On behalf of my husband and family I would like to express our gratitude and many, many thanks for all you’ve done for us. We will be ever grateful.’ (Mrs D, Sept 2014)
‘Mr R would like to express his gratitude for your strong support.’ (Mrs M, Sept 2014)
‘Thank you for your correspondence over the past few weeks and for the smooth handling of the sale of our property.’ (Mr & Mrs M, September 2014)
‘Great, thank you and well done for doing such a great, hassle-free job. Appreciated.’ (Mrs M, August 2014)
‘Very many thanks for your friendly help with these matters…I will sleep much better this weekend!’ (Mr Mac, August 2014)
Partner and Head of Conveyancing
Born in Aberdeen, Alida graduated from Aberdeen University in 1985 with a degree in Law and in 1986 with a Diploma in Legal Practice. She then went on to complete her legal trainee-ship with a firm of solicitors in Aberdeen. Alida joined Munro & Noble with some 25 years of experience in all aspects of Property related matters including sale and purchases as well as re-mortgages and other conveyancing matters.
Deirdre graduated from Glasgow University with an honours Law Degree in 1993, having specialised in comparative law, and then proceeded to complete her Diploma in Legal Practice. She secured a traineeship with Munro & Noble in 1994 and remained with the firm, becoming a partner in April 2003. Deirdre specialises in residential conveyancing and is head of our expanding residential Lettings Department. Outside of work, Deirdre enjoys a busy family life in Glen Urquhart.
Kathleen graduated from Robert Gordon University with a BA Law and Management, LLB (Hons) and Diploma in Professional Legal Practice. She undertook a year of her traineeship in Caithness before completing her training with Munro and Noble, qualifying as a solicitor in 2019. Kathleen currently works in Dingwall dealing with Residential Conveyancing, Crofting, Wills and Power of Attorney.
Nicole is originally from Aberdeenshire and graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with an LLB (Hons) Law degree in 2015. She then completed her Diploma in Professional Legal Practice at the University of Glasgow the following year. Nicole qualified as a solicitor in September 2019, and now works within our conveyancing department.
Hazel joined Munro & Noble in July 2012 principally to assist Mary Nimmo in the Court Department. Hazel has a wide range of specialist knowledge in the legal profession and gained her Specialist Paralegal Qualification (Level 10 (Honours Degree) of the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework) in the practice area of Property Law from the University of Strathclyde in 2007. Hazel has been a member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Registered Paralegal Scheme since its inception in 2010 and is entitled to use the designation M.S.S.P as a graduate recognising her specialist legal knowledge and practical skills.