Residential conveyancing solicitors for dogs and their humans
For example, sometimes they’ll assist with the purchase of a property which has a pool, a newly paved driveway, or its walls painted in a striking colour.
However, it’s not every day that a house sale solicitor is contacted by someone wanting to buy a home which has a dog kennel in the back garden made as a replica of the house.
Well, in reality no solicitor has been contacted regarding such a property, but one day they might be, because a home owner in Swadlincote, Derbyshire recently built his St Bernard a charming little brick house, complete with windows, a door number, and carpeted interior.
As if that wasn’t enough, two-year-old Wellington’s abode boasts a slate roof, a path leading to the kennel door, and a hanging flower basket on one of the outside walls.
Reportedly Wellington’s owner began making built-to-order kennels after being made redundant from his job in the construction industry – so potentially a home with a dog kennel-version of itself in the back garden might not be so uncommon in the future.
Could this mean that one day residential conveyancing solicitors will need to help both humans and their dogs with the legal side of moving home?General