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On purchase of a property a purchaser requires to pay Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT), which was formerly known as Stamp Duty, on the purchase price. This is now payable to Revenue Scotland rather than the Inland Revenue and payment of this will be dealt with by your solicitor on completion of your purchase.

On 1st April 2016 a new additional tax was introduced in both Scotland and England & Wales providing for an additional Dwelling Supplement of 3% of the purchase price to be paid if you are purchasing an additional residential property of £40,000 or more. This additional payment should be borne in mind if you are thinking of buying a buy to let property or a second home. We are happy to provide more advice on this if required- please contact Caroline Watt on c.watt@wright-crawford.co.uk


As of September 2015 we can now offer the full range of alternative dispute resolution practice at WRIGHT & CRAWFORD in family law.


Denise is Law Society of Scotland accredited Family Law specialist and mediator. She has also recently qualified as a family law Arbitrator and is a member of “Family Law Arbitration Group Scotland-FLAGS” www.flagscotland.com.

Congratulations to Director Mark Ralston Accredited by The Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Incapacity & Mental Disability Law!

New Legislation set to overhaul Scottish private rental sector. Some crucial changes are as follows:-
1. No removal of tenants simply on ish expiry
2. New grounds for removal of tenants
3. Simpler processes for creating new tenancy
4. Rent controls.

Help to buy ISA

The government has created a Help to buy ISA scheme to allow people to save towards their first home. First time buyers can save up to £300 per month and the government will add a bonus to those savings of 25% which is used towards the purchase price, fees and outlays of the buyer’s home. The funds need to be deposited over a period of at least 3 months. Buyers should speak to their bank regarding the opening up of the Help to Buy ISA and the request for the funds is then sent by the solicitor on closure of the account and prior to the completion of the purchase.We have had experience of this procedure and more assistance and information is available, please contact Caroline Watt on c.watt@wright-crawford.co.uk

Wright & Crawford was set up in 1906 to help people with family law, litigation and property

Solicitors you can understand

What do you want from your solicitor? Straight talking, honest advice that you can understand? Great mediation that gets the results you want? We have been giving clients a voice since 1906 with sound legal advice for individuals and businesses. We will look after your family; from children to the elderly, everyone is catered for.

Take the stress out of moving home

From residential and business conveyancing and sound legal advice to finding properties to buy, rent, sell or lease, we have the experience to make it as simple as possible for you. You can benefit from us being both solicitors and estate agents with reduced legal fees and all the paperwork completed quickly and correctly.

Getting in touch couldn’t be easier

We understand that people lead busy lives so time is a precious commodity. This is why you can book appointments with our solicitors or estate agents on Skype or FaceTime. If you’d prefer pop into one of our offices in Paisley or Bearsden, contact us to arrange an appointment that is best for you.

If you need sound legal advice, call 0141 887 6211