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Kerry Hunt  Legal Executive

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T: 01922 728126
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Kerry is a Legal Executive and member of the Conveyancing Department.
Kerry qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1981, having studied at Matthew Boulton College in Birmingham and Aston University between 1973 and 1980. She joined Enoch Evans LLP in 2003 having previously worked for a large firm of solicitors in Birmingham and for a Local Authority in their legal department. Kerry is experienced in a wide range of conveyancing transactions including; the sale and purchase of properties, mortgages, transfers, assents, title defects, leases , equity release mortgages and dealing with unregistered titles.
She joined Enoch Evans LLP in 2003 having previously worked for a large firm of solicitors in Birmingham and for a local authority in their legal department. Kerry qualified as a fellow of the institute of legal executives in 1981.
Kerry is experienced in a wide range of conveyancing transactions including; mortgages, transfers, title defects, leases and the sale and purchase of property.
Expertise in:
House sales and purchases
Lease of residential property
Transfers of equity
Remortgages
The sale and purchase of non-commercial land
Equity releases
Auctions
Assents of property after the death of the property owner
Recent Experience:
Obtaining a tenancy for an ill client so he could move into the property from a nursing home before the purchase was completed
Dealing with a land tribunal case with an unknown owner
Dealing with the conveyance on a settled estate
Hobbies & interests:
In her spare time Kerry likes spending time with her family and friends, painting, zumba, skiing, gardening, walking and reading.
What the Clients say:
“My siblings and I received excellent service with your company in selling my mothers house, which was not straight forward. Thank you”.
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