Redeeming Mortgage (Additional Borrowing Part)

Morning - first post… We have an additional borrowing mortgage (for kitchen works) taken out over 24 months. Simply put… do you need a solicitor and conveyancing to redeem/payoff this mortgage at the end of its term like you would do if you were doing the same for the normal base mortgage? I can’t find a straight answer as most of the info is around just a normal base mortgage (with deeds etc.). We have some funds available to pay it off so the SVR doesn’t kick in and without the need to remortgage or fix a rate. Obvisouly the base standard mortgage remains which is separate (but with the same lender) and isn’t up for remortgage until late 2025.

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  • kingstreet
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    Nope. It's part of the original charge so there is no legal work required; as there wasn't when you took this tranche of borrowing.
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