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Blakewater Solicitors : Approved Conveyancers and Property Solicitors

If you are buying a property in the UK, lenders or mortgage providers require certain standards to be maintained by lawyers handling your property purchase/sale. Therefore, almost all banks in the UK hold a list, known as ‘Lenders Conveyancing Panel of Solicitors’ detailing entrusted solicitors that have successfully worked with the lender on previous transactions. The ‘Panel Solicitors List’ helps the banks borrowers choose the right conveyancing lawyers; by ensure that only lawyers who are able to maintain high standards for legal excellence and customer care make it on to their panel. Blakewater solicitors have been panel members for all the major UK Primary High Street lenders as well as the Sharia complaint and Home Purchase Plan ( HPP) lenders for over 15 years.

Blakewater Solicitors have also been accredited with the Law Society’s, independently annually  assessed Lexcel Legal Practice Quality Mark as well as achieving the Law Society Conveyancing Quality Standard kite mark, for over a decade.

Need a Solicitor or Property Conveyancer authorised to work with Al Alhli United Bank?

Blakewater Solicitors have been approved by Al Alhli United Bank and have with great success worked alongside the Bank’s and their solicitors in various transactions to ensure a smooth and efficient completion, including transactions involving Diminishing Musharakah Agreements as well as other alternative financial instruments.

Our experience and understanding of the Al Alhli United Bank’s Home Purchase Plans products means we have a history of successful transactions with Al Alhli United Bank and their customers, regarding their Home Purchase Plan solutions.

Remortgaging or buying a property with Al Alhli United Bank?

It is crucial that when you are choosing Shariah Compliant products such as Home Purchase Plans that you engage lawyers that have been approved and authorised, as part of the Al Alhli United Bank lending panel and the lawyer dealing with your transaction has sufficient knowledge and expertise of Sharia compliant products; such as Diminishing Musharakah and Commodity Murabaha agreements.

This will save you time and money while ensuring a smooth transaction in an already stressful moment, Blakewater solicitors can confidently state that our experienced team of lawyers will help ensure an efficient process that will successfully carry you through to completion.

Need a swift conveyancing quote?

Blakewater Solicitors can provide an instant quote to you. Simply click the “Get A Quote,” icon on the home screen and complete the form providing the buyers/sellers and the property details for a transparent, written quote including disbursements and most Government taxes such as a SDLT.

We will ensure that the quote is accurate, and in accordance with all the requirements of Al Alhli United Bank for disbursements such as searches and insurance policies, without any hidden charges
or commissions.

However, if you prefer you can simply email the details to or call
01254 261515 and ask to speak with the Property Department.

Buying a property using a mortgage product from Al Alhli United Bank?

If you are purchasing using a mortgage from Al Alhli United Bank, you will find that the Banks Solicitors will not be able to represent you (as in conventional mortgages) and that you will require separate legal representation.

As a result of their imposing strict guidelines and requirements to partnering law firms; you can rest assured in the knowledge that Blakewater Solicitors have achieved the exacting standards to work with your lender. We can advise no matter what your situation or lending requirements. We have vast experience in dealing with the Sharia compliant Home Purchase Plan solutions offered by Al Alhli United Bank, having completed many such transactions.

Looking to avoid hidden additional legal fees?

Blakewater Solicitors, provide a written, transparent, easy to understand quote, for their legal fees and disbursements and Stamp Duty Land Tax. There are no hidden charges nor unexpected fees or disbursements, so you can budget for your transaction.

If your chosen conveyancing solicitor is not on the Al Rayan Bank legal panel, you could be liable for extra charges.

Blakewater Solicitors – may be the right lawyers for your conveyancing needs

  • Are you looking for an approved panel solicitor or licensed conveyancer that is a member of the Al Alhli United Bank legal panel?
  • Do you need a conveyancing quote from a Al Alhli United Bank approved legal panel solicitor?
  • Are you looking to compare conveyancing fees from Al Alhli United Bank approved mortgage panel solicitors?
  • Are you remortgaging your property with Al Alhli United Bank and need a competitively priced conveyancing property solicitor?
  • Do you have a mortgage in principle with Al Alhli United Bank and now need a property solicitor to help with the purchase?
  • Are you looking for an approved panel solicitor or licensed conveyancer that has experience of Home Purchase Plans and other Sharia compliant and Home Purchase Plan (HPP) products offered by Al Alhli United Bank legal panel?

The rules governing Islamic Finance are derived from the Sharia. The Sharia provides the framework for a set of rules and laws, governing economic, social, political, and cultural aspects of Islamic societies


The firm regularly deals with all the major Islamic Banks in the World and their products. Having  an established rapport with their respective legal teams  and being recognised as a leading Solicitor firm in the UK dealing with Sharia compliant property transactions.

We advise regularly on the products offered by the following banks:-

  • Al Rayan Bank [Formerly Islamic Bank of Britain (IBB)]
  • Ahli United Bank
  • Arab Banking Corporation (ABC)
  • National Bank of Kuwait (NBK)
  • Al Hilal Islamic Bank of UAE
  • Habib Bank AG Zurich
  • United National Bank (UBL)
  • Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB)
  • RBS
  • WayHome
  • Bank of China
  • QIB (UK) Plc
  • European Islamic Investment Bank (EIIB) UK
  • Bank of London and the Middle East (BLME) UK
  • Gatehouse Bank