Conveyancing Questions

Collapse

Forums Topics Posts Last Post
No forums found.
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • New Topics
Clear All
new posts
There are no conversations in this channel.
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • Sort By
  • Order
Clear All
new posts
Topics Statistics Last Post
Started by Lawcruncher, 12-11-2020, 09:36 AM
0 responses
163 views
0 likes
Last Post Lawcruncher  
Started by Charmingman, 04-09-2021, 15:09 PM
9 responses
116 views
0 likes
Last Post Charmingman  
Started by KEMYST, 06-09-2021, 14:55 PM
17 responses
197 views
0 likes
Last Post KEMYST
by KEMYST
 
Started by bethkw, 13-09-2021, 11:15 AM
4 responses
57 views
0 likes
Last Post pilman
by pilman
 
Started by Codger, 27-08-2021, 13:05 PM
4 responses
67 views
0 likes
Last Post flyingfreehold  
Started by michaela86, 23-08-2021, 16:45 PM
2 responses
40 views
0 likes
Last Post Protoknight25  
Started by carcarrot94, 09-09-2021, 14:44 PM
3 responses
33 views
0 likes
Last Post Section20z  
Started by heathcliff, 02-09-2021, 17:32 PM
5 responses
57 views
0 likes
Last Post Lawcruncher  
Started by Ken_Johnson, 31-08-2021, 14:55 PM
22 responses
235 views
0 likes
Last Post Ken_Johnson  
Started by Liliput, 10-07-2021, 12:02 PM
7 responses
157 views
0 likes
Last Post ram
by ram
 
Started by Kellie75, 24-08-2021, 08:40 AM
1 response
53 views
0 likes
Last Post helpmenot  
No topics found.
banner

Latest Topics

Collapse

  • Reply to Freehold and Leasehold on potential property purchase help !
    by Charmingman
    Hi guys When Searches are done on a property would a Headlease also be revealed ? I understand that the Freehold and leasehold has as I was aware of but would a Headlease show up?
    18-09-2021, 10:10 AM
  • Freehold and Leasehold on potential property purchase help !
    by Charmingman
    Hi all in a bit of Dilema on a property Purchase so the Property we are looking to buy was advertised by the estate agents as Freehold and we liked the home so proceeded further , Now issue is that my Solicitor when doing the Checks Etc sent me Docs from the HM LR showing sections A B and C . A section...
    04-09-2021, 15:09 PM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by KEMYST
    Thanks for that Lawcruncher. It is very clear response
    18-09-2021, 09:34 AM
  • Right of Way
    by KEMYST
    Hi I am new here. Next door has a very intrusive right of way over our rear patio (which is just 7`6" wide). It has not been a problem for 30 years but now new neighbours are demanding that all construction materials for the building of a new conservatory can be brought in and out over the patio...
    06-09-2021, 14:55 PM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by Lawcruncher
    A right of way may be defined as the right to cross someone's land between two points. That is all. It does not include any of the following: a right to stop and admire the view; a right to use it to exercise your dog; a right for your children to ride back and forth on their bikes; a right to hang...
    18-09-2021, 08:38 AM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by Jon66
    Sounds as if you have all the answers . . .
    17-09-2021, 23:10 PM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by KEMYST
    I don`t think they can mediate. Either all the construction comes through or.....They will not allow any of it to go through their house.
    17-09-2021, 22:15 PM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by Jon66
    Mediation may be the way forward?
    17-09-2021, 21:44 PM
  • Reply to Right of Way
    by KEMYST
    LawCruncher; A question, please? I don`t know if you can give me a definable answer here. You may have already answered it another way?
    The ROW is so tight that we cannot use our patio if another person is using it at the same time.

    We seem to have reached an absurdity. (Now, we...
    17-09-2021, 21:36 PM
  • Advice on purchasing Freehold on family home
    by bethkw
    Can anyone advise on what would be a reasonable cost to buy a freehold on a property? Is there some rough idea of how they work it out?

    A family member has lived in their house for over 30+yrs, pays roughly £31.50 a year for the rent I'm guessing? The leasehold has 55 yrs left and she...
    13-09-2021, 11:15 AM
Working...
X