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  • New terms (overage) after contracts issued
    Bach
    Hi

    I'm not sure if I'm positing this in the correct category.

    ​​​​ I'm in the middle of a residential property purchase. It's been 4 months since my offer was accepted.

    I've spent around £2000 on fees etc so far.

    Out of nowhere, the seller...
    19-08-2018, 19:54 PM
  • Reply to New terms (overage) after contracts issued
    Lawcruncher
    They should certainly have disclosed at the outset that they want an overage. It is unusual on an arm's length residential sale. If you are getting a mortgage it will almost certainly be opposed by the lender.

    Unfortunately I cannot see a way for you to claim your legal and other costs...
    19-08-2018, 20:43 PM
  • covenants
    fencroft
    I have an agreement in writing, after making a payment, to extinguish a restrictive covenant. I tried to do this myself with the LR and they rejected my application. They said I need a legal deed of agreement. I have done other legal things myself such as filling in the TP1 for example. I asked for...
    17-08-2018, 11:08 AM
  • Reply to covenants
    Lawcruncher
    An instrument releasing a covenant needs to be made by deed. It also of course has to have the right words in it. You should also note that a release may not necessarily be effective to extinguish the covenant. To get the covenant removed from your title you need to satisfy the LR that it has been executed...
    17-08-2018, 21:06 PM
  • Highways mistake?
    mojo2460
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    26-07-2018, 07:54 AM
  • Reply to Highways mistake?
    mojo2460
    Hi WFD, thanks for reply. Unfortunately Jubilee Owner lives abroad and I know wouldn't be interested. Another local extinguishment order just took 12 months.
    You can see on the plan that the triangle abuts the narrow street on one side. on the inner side is a ten foot wall which abuts the cemetery...
    08-08-2018, 10:49 AM
  • Car parking query
    Patti
    Our 12 flats are leasehold with each owning an equal share of freehold and an allocated car park space. Over the years, some owners have 'swapped' parking spaces (by private arrangement rather than officially). In addition, the original plans on the leases show an arrangement of spaces that is physically...
    15-06-2018, 18:51 PM
  • Reply to Car parking query
    wfd_property
    There is another practical reason why this needs to be sorted out.

    Those of us who like to drive new cars will in all probability have bought their last petrol or diesel car. Everything I have test driven recently is either hybrid or pure electric (not sure if I can justify the model X...
    07-08-2018, 20:33 PM
  • Lender Insolvent - Help
    Bengt Lagander
    How do you remove a insolvent lender 1st legal charge registered at LR. The lebder is small limited company insolvent for 5 years. No staff. And no reply.

    Any ideas?
    25-06-2018, 17:14 PM
  • Reply to Lender Insolvent - Help
    wfd_property
    The reality is that the assets of this insolvent lender (such assets including your house!) will have been transferred by the insolvency practitioner to another party. 5 years is a long time however. Have you _really_ not had contact or repayment requests in that period of time?

    Or are...
    07-08-2018, 20:27 PM
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