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    by NottsLL
    Hi all,

    Just had an offer accepted on my first B2L - a flat in a conversion comprising of 4 flats - and immediately have some questions I wanted to sound out, before I start paying out for solicitors etc.

    The seller has told me there is no management company, which raises two...
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    by StuStew
    As discussed in a recent thread, I am looking at the possibility of purchasing a very small piece of land (approx. 0.02 acres) adjacent to our property.

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    by Palomino
    And just to clarify-the new owners want to be able to use the garden and were given to believe from the previous occupiers it was communal land! There was a photo in the original ad. Interesting enough (which should have been the case!) no photo about the real, original communal area I referred to earlier,...
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    by Palomino
    In the early 90's my dad bought a ground-floor leasehold flat in a newish development. Altogether there are 4 on the corner plot with communal areas for both blocks to the front and back of the other block. Directly at the back of ours was an additional strip of land which was unaccessible until the...
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    by Palomino
    Thanks so much again everyone. Really appreciate the advice.

    So it is possible to apply for possession even if the dwelling (and communal grounds ) are leasehold as opposed to freehold? How likely would the freeholder be to grant possession to a lessee in the circumstances or indeed generally....
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    by Always Problems
    I can be wrong. As your parents neighbours are still living there I would try and rectify the boundary so that when you buy next door your boundary does not include the area of your parents garden, the next door solicitors contract would reflect the boundary without the conservatory.
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    by first timer 123
    Hello There,
    I would really truly appreciate any advice either professionally, personally or even morally.
    Myself & my partner are currently in the process of purchasing our first home which happens to be the house next door to my parents.
    We genuinely thought all would go so smoothly........
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    by Anna1985
    I'm not buying it re another offer at full price, unless the asking price already very low
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    by first timer 123
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