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  • Buying the freehold of our house
    Loobylou07
    Hi,

    Fab site (btw).

    However, I need to just ask for further situation specific advice?
    We are currently at the start of the process of buying the freehold of our leasehold house.
    We actually don't have the statutory right until 5/12/18 but want everything in place
    ...
    20-09-2018, 08:58 AM
  • Reply to Buying the freehold of our house
    Loobylou07
    Thank you Gordon999.
    Do you think/hope that the new legislation will incorporate some action around restrictive covenants? Do you think it would be better to just wait this out? Or is this a good time to barter with the landlord as he will, as a freehold owner of plenty of leasehold houses,...
    21-09-2018, 16:25 PM
  • Reply to Buying the freehold of our house
    Gordon999
    The Guardian Newspaper issue 21 Dec 2017 reported the Government may introduce legislation to reduce the cost of buying the freehold of leasehold house. So chase your local MP.

    https://www.theguardian.com/money/20...m-feudal-pract...
    21-09-2018, 14:49 PM
  • Reply to Buying the freehold of our house
    Loobylou07
    Hi Tipper,

    Thanks for your reply. The situation as it stands is that we have contacted an 'ALEP' solicitor who's preliminary advice is to seek formal consent initially, on the basis that he doesn't really have reasonable grounds to not consent. His reasons are weak.
    Our house is...
    21-09-2018, 07:25 AM
  • Reply to Buying the freehold of our house
    Tipper
    Because you don't currently own the freehold any covenants on the freehold title apply to the freeholder and not you, assuming there actually are any. Covenents on the lease of course do apply to you at present.

    When you gain your freehold the freeholder will demand covenants be added to...
    20-09-2018, 20:50 PM
  • Flying freehold?
    Tipper
    Hi, my daughter is looking to buy a terraced house. I believe it is freehold but there is a shared passage between the house and next door and it appears that the passage is shared. It looks like both houses have flying freeholds involving half the width of the passage but it's difficult to see on the...
    12-09-2018, 19:17 PM
  • Reply to Flying freehold?
    Lawcruncher
    como subir fotos

    The situation you describe is probably not a flying freehold. The top diagram is probably what you have. We are looking at two properties from the front. The boundary is the red line and the blue and brown are the passage. The left hand house comprises the green and blue...
    19-09-2018, 11:39 AM
  • Registering Deed as a Freehold Title
    katylburton
    This is my first post so I hope this all makes sense.
    We are in the final stages of moving, the house we are selling is part of a private road development and a new deed was written up due to a boundary dispute. Our buyers solicitors have now decided that they need this deed registered as a freehold...
    18-09-2018, 07:07 AM
  • Reply to Registering Deed as a Freehold Title
    Gordon999
    Contact the Registration team leader at the Land Registry Office ( managing the records for your town or city) and ask how long .
    19-09-2018, 04:35 AM
  • Reply to Flying freehold?
    Gordon999
    You should be instructing a local solicitor firm with previous experience of conveyancing a property sale with shared passage .
    19-09-2018, 04:31 AM
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