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  • Adverse Possession of Land adjoining Leashold Flat
    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...
    20-04-2020, 08:28 AM
  • Reply to Adverse Possession of Land adjoining Leashold Flat
    by Palomino
    OK folks......I'd like some additonal help on this as have had a chat with the new owners who have asked if I can produce any documentation to 'prove' my entitlement to the garden. Of course I don't since the piece of land in question appears on Land Registry as belonging to the freeholder. Could they...
    03-07-2020, 14:03 PM
  • Reply to Please Help. Legal & Moral Advice sought.
    by pilman
    it was also stated that your parents bought their property 25 years ago, so that it is registered.
    Schedule 6 of the Land Registration Act 2002 will be the legislation that decides whether the neighbours have been in adverse possession of the property.

    Part of the land now covered...
    03-07-2020, 13:19 PM
  • Please Help. Legal & Moral Advice sought.
    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........
    27-06-2020, 18:25 PM
  • Reply to Please Help. Legal & Moral Advice sought.
    by Lawcruncher
    The possible scenario you describe sounds plausible. However, I never came across a scenario like it in 30 years of conveyancing. Odd things do though happen in the country where property boundaries are not aways as organised as they are in towns. It is possible that the two properties were once part...
    02-07-2020, 21:22 PM
  • Reply to Please Help. Legal & Moral Advice sought.
    by first timer 123
    Hello Again,
    Thank you so much to each and every one of you that have taken your time to reply. It is very much appreciated.
    I have some more information that has just come to light. I've spent the last few days/night trying to find out what I can to understand what has happened.
    Just...
    02-07-2020, 18:32 PM
  • Reply to passage way access payment - unregistered land
    by pilman
    Agreed it will be the best way forward, so good luck with getting a 100% agreement with the neighbours.

    Even if some of them agree that may still be an effective way of getting the resurfacing done even it means each of the "volunteers" will have to pay slightly more than if everyone...
    01-07-2020, 14:26 PM
  • passage way access payment - unregistered land
    by LSP
    Hi, we have just inherited a house, and within the title deeds it states:

    "The land has the benefit of a right of way over the passageway leading from the back into XXX Road subject to the payment of a due proportion of the expense of maintenance and repair."

    Chatting...
    30-06-2020, 07:48 AM
  • Reply to passage way access payment - unregistered land
    by LSP
    thanks for the helpful replies. I'll bring it up with the neighbours the best way forward is for us all to have the passageway resurfaced and split the costs between us all.
    01-07-2020, 12:44 PM
  • Reply to Fence stipulations in title deeds
    by LSP
    Thanks for the helpful responses! I’ll check the subsequent owners in the deeds to see if something is mentioned there... and I’ll check the garden law link...
    30-06-2020, 16:47 PM
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