At One Indemnity, we have policies designed to deal with a range of title defects for new developments and general property transactions.
This can include common issues such as restrictive covenants and absence of easement as well as more complicated issues, such as judicial review, rights to light, mineral rights and more.
There are many different kinds of Legal Indemnity policy cover so do please get in touch if you need a policy that's not mentioned on this page.
Who can One Indemnity help?
We can provide policy cover for the following sectors:
- Property Developers
- Conveyancing Solicitors
Why should I choose One Indemnity for my insurance?
Our legal indemnity solutions are always tailored for the specific transaction in hand.
We place insurance with A-rated capacity, can provide quick turnaround of quotes and prompt service.
Are these policies like other insurance products?
No. They are a 'one-off' insurance policy, which remains in place in perpetuity. As such, they do not need to be renewed each year.
How can I find out more about Legal Indemnities?
Get in touch with James Skilleter on 01603 218232.
Discover One Indemnity's Conveyance Package:
If you're a conveyancer or a property owner and need a package of 5 or more related covers, we can offer a discount.
There is no limit to the number of covers in a package. You will receive a single draft policy quote document encompassing all required policy covers.
Example: Based on a property value of £250,000 and selecting the covers:
- Chancel Repair
- Absence of Easement - Access & Services
- Planning Permission
- Building Regulations
- Lost Title Deeds – Unregistered Freehold
The package cost is £375 inclusive of 12% Insurance Premium Tax, based on a quote provided by Aviva.
If you would like more information about Legal Indemnity Insurance, call 01603 218232 or email email@example.com
Note: If you are an individual seeking cover for your property purchase or sale where the market value is less than £250,000, our quotation will be subject to an additional £75 fee. For properties valued up to £500,000, the fee reduces to £50.