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  • Freeholder won't give retrospective consent
    I was wondering whether I could get some advice on the following subject please?

    I bought a leasehold flat eight years ago. At the time I just got a basic valuation done and no survey. When I purchased the flat, it had a set of french doors already built in the main bedroom....
    07-12-2006, 16:35 PM
  • Reply to Freeholder won't give retrospective consent
    Hello all

    This is my first post on Landlord Zone though I visit often. Very much enjoy Lawcruncher’s responses (and another chap – cannot think of his name: usually find him from his profile picture).

    I would welcome answers to questions related to interpretation of one...
    19-06-2018, 11:45 AM
  • Reply to Freeholder won't give retrospective consent
    Jeffrey Shaw is available for (paid for) telephone advice. Phone him on 0114 268 7638 and briefly explain the area you need a conversation about. He will then suggest an amount, give you bank details, you pay, you then have the in depth conversation, and then he will give a summary of the conversation...
    19-06-2018, 11:17 AM
  • Possessory indemnity
    Mr Spibzi
    I’m buying a house and it’s come up that it’s a possessory title with about 3 years left before it can become absolute. Is it likely that someone with a claim will come along and it will be given over to them?

    Can you recommend an indemnity that will compensate me for the full...
    13-06-2018, 21:24 PM
  • Reply to Possessory indemnity
    If its the whole plot, then consider a structural survey.

    If he acquired this house by adverse possession it was possibly derelict before he started.

    Expect a serious reduction for this (as well as him covering the indemnity insurance)
    19-06-2018, 11:08 AM
  • Car parking query
    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
    Sounds a nightmare. Will also involve mortgagee consent, and of course freeholder consent.

    Is it really not possible to go back to the original plans?...
    19-06-2018, 11:06 AM
  • Adverse Possession- adjacent land- subj. to access
    I have been in occupation of a unregistered parcel of land in which I fenced. If the land is adjoining other land occupied by my business, and I am using the land for sole (unless invited) access to my business, is that, as well as the fencing, a sign of adverse possession?
    10-09-2008, 17:35 PM
  • Reply to Adverse Possession- adjacent land- subj. to access
    A ten year old thread..... so the clock did start (maybe) and 10 years have nearly passed........
    19-06-2018, 11:04 AM
  • Reply to Adverse Possession- adjacent land- subj. to access

    Not the case. The clock starts to run from the first moment of adverse possession....
    16-06-2018, 21:54 PM