Gavin Bain and Company

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Opening Hours

Monday  - Friday       
8am - 4pm


Description taken from Gavin Bain and Co website:

Established in 1993, Gavin Bain & Company provide a wide range of property and legal services tailored to meet the needs of both the individual and the business community.

Our professional, approachable and dedicated team have a range of core specialisms, detailed information of which can be found within the services section of this website. By tailoring our advice to suit your requirements, our approach ensures that you need look no further when it comes to property services and legal advice.

We pride ourselves in offering a high quality and personal service in an approachable, friendly and straight talking manner and with our traditional values and competitive fees along with our wide range of legal and estate agency services, we are ideally placed to meet the needs of any business or individual.

 
 

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