HOUSE CONTRACT / SETTLEMENT PROBLEMS

In most circumstances the seller of the house has to provide vacant possession at the time of settlement. This usually means that moving day is also settlement day. To enable firm arrangements to be made for moving; clients should make certain that they obtain the date and time of settlement from their solicitor / conveyancer as soon as possible after the exchange of contracts. It is helpful to notify Crichton Removals of the relevant dates and times to assist in planning your move. If unexpected problems arise in relation to settlement times it is well worth a phone call to Crichton Removals to find out what options are available, and hopefully relieve some of the pressure you may be experiencing.

CONFIDENTIALITY

We recommend that you notify family and friends of your new address details, as at Crichton Removals we respect our clients privacy and security; and do not divulge this information to any person.

PAYMENT

On completion of relocation clients are provided with a Tax Invoice detailing all charges; which is due and payable on completion of unloading. Acceptable forms of payment are cash, visa, MasterCard, cheque or bank cheque.

NB Clients being relocated by their employer must provide confirmation of arrange-ments in advance by written authorities in the form of company order detailing company details, contact person, phone number and address, so that Crichton Removals can liaise directly with the company responsible.