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  • CPO indemnity
    by Muji84
    Hi all,

    Looking for some guidance on a mortgage that I am going through,

    I own a property outright and my mortgage company noticed there is an CPO order showing on land registry from the 1980s and requires myself/solicitors to purchase a cpo indemnity policy to protect itself....
    10-08-2022, 20:43 PM
  • problems with a freeholder
    by D P Dance
    I am selling ne of my properties.

    The sale is being held up as the freeholder, (Homeground), is refusing to provie information to my solicitor which has been requested by my buyer's solicittor as the ground rent is outstanding.

    I pay the ground rent monthly along with my...
    10-08-2022, 09:58 AM
  • Reply to problems with a freeholder
    by Gordon999
    Do you know how much ground rent is owing ?

    You could make an offer to buyer's solicitor for a retention £1000 to cover any ground rent owing before sale date . Retention held by Seller's solicitor for one year....
    10-08-2022, 17:55 PM
  • DIY Conveyancing process for an informal lease extension.
    by madasafish
    Please note: This is a continuation of “Conveyancer/Solicitor required to complete and submit an electronic AP1 form to LRO” by my alias Lat. I did submit this in that thread 3 days ago but was met with “Approval Required” after editing spelling mistake’s. A lot of peeps have reported the

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    08-10-2021, 04:25 AM
  • Reply to DIY Conveyancing process for an informal lease extension.
    by madasafish
    An update and a big thank-you to all the learned people here who took the time to answer my posts and guided me through this exercise. I was delighted to be notified by Land Registry three days ago the application was successfull and the registry has been updated. No ID2 or ID5 was included in the application...
    09-08-2022, 06:14 AM
  • Has the Solicitor or Land Registry screwed this up?
    by madasafish
    Where to begin......

    I purchased the ground floor leasehold flat in Sept 1984 which was sold to me with a 1 parking bay out of a total of 2 and half the garden (Ground Floor Lease Title No: XYZ9857). I still have the estate agents particulars from back then.

    In 1991 a new person...
    08-08-2022, 08:39 AM
  • Reply to Has the Solicitor or Land Registry screwed this up?
    by Lawcruncher
    I think I need to see the Registry entries for both titles and the title plans and also the description of the property included in the November 2000 lease. If you wish you can send them to me by attaching them to a PM. Anonymity is guaranteed.
    08-08-2022, 20:09 PM
  • Issue with remortgaging leasehold flat
    by Fariha
    Hello, I have an issue with the remortgage of my leasehold flat and I'm hoping for some advice. I am moving my flat to a buy-to-let mortgage and also releasing funds. Essentially, my solicitor has been chasing the freeholder's solicitor since April regarding a dispute about parking, we have already...
    04-08-2022, 12:27 PM
  • Reply to Issue with remortgaging leasehold flat
    by Fariha
    Any further advice on this would be much appreciated!
    08-08-2022, 19:40 PM
  • Deed of Variation/Mortgage Protection Clause
    by unorginialusername
    I bought a flat in a purpose build building in 2018 (built 2010). I am in the process of selling, and have been advised by the sellers solicitor that the lease wouldn't be acceptable for mortgage companies . As there is no mortgage protection clause in the lease, and there is a section which needs...
    31-07-2022, 13:31 PM
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