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  • Reply to Freehold purchasing costs
    by Gordon999
    Have you checked the freehold title and site plan are correct ? Both items can be purchased for £3 each by credit card and downloaded from Land Registry Online ?

    Is your company buying the freehold title without mortgage ? What is the reason for such a large difference in price...
    08-12-2019, 11:12 AM
  • Freehold purchasing costs
    by Anna1985
    Freehold Purchase Conveyancing costs:

    I had a number of quotes from £500 to £1500 + disimbursemtns and vat....
    What is the good price?

    There is all in place company and structure. Thanks
    02-12-2019, 17:18 PM
  • Reply to RFR deceased owner
    by ATC
    Go to a really good solicitor not some conveyancing bucketshop where your work will be handled by someone less than an expert. I think given that the executors are seized of both the freehold and a fifty year lease they can extend the leasehold interest by simple deed, transferring years to the lease...
    06-12-2019, 01:34 AM
  • RFR deceased owner
    by cnatspell
    My dear old mum passed away last year leaving her flat to be sold as part of the estate. the flat was the top floor of three in the building and she owned the freehold (including garden, garage etc) as well as the lease on her flat. there was 50 odd years left on the lease. given that she was a landlord...
    02-12-2019, 19:54 PM
  • Reply to RFR deceased owner
    by Gordon999
    If the leasehold flat has only 50 years unexpired remaining , it should be given a statutory 90 years lease extension before putting on the market for sale or the buyer cannot get a mortgage and seller cannot get the highest sale price.

    The sale is not by a resident landlord, its by the...
    02-12-2019, 21:31 PM
  • Reply to Highway rights
    by leaseholder64
    Being a public right of way doesn't mean that you don't own it. We are not even necessarily talking about adopted status here. Extinguishing a right of way is not the same as getting adverse possession. (In particular, blocking a public right of way is a criminal offence, whereas fencing off land...
    02-12-2019, 17:56 PM
  • Highway rights
    by Deckie
    We bought our house in 1998 and at that time there was a public pathway between our garden and the neighbour's which lead from the street to the canal running at the end of the garden. I learnt that when the houses were built in 1980 the plan was to build a bridge across the canal at the end of the...
    30-11-2019, 19:53 PM
  • Reply to Right to first refusal?
    by Anna1985
    Imho, as the owner was leaving in the property, and the lease reverted to the freehold there is probably no right of 1st refusal but it is all depends on the price
    02-12-2019, 16:50 PM
  • Right to first refusal?
    by Pocahontas
    Hello

    Im not sure if I am in the right part of the forum.

    Im a leaseholder of a ground floor flat and the owner of the first floor flat has passed away. It’s going on the market for sale soon and I’ve told them I’m interested in purchasing it.

    the flat...
    08-10-2019, 08:21 AM
  • Reply to Highway rights
    by Gordon999
    If you have owned your house since 1998, its over 12 years and you qualify to start a claim by adverse possession.
    02-12-2019, 03:31 AM
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