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  • Reply to Advise when buying a property
    by alejandrog89
    Thank you both.

    It is a water pipe leak for one of the bathrooms. We have learned by our own means that the flat has got no running water as it has been cut off by building management as there were leaks not being fixed affecting the flats below.

    Another thing is that we feel...
    21-11-2019, 13:19 PM
  • Advise when buying a property
    by alejandrog89
    Hi,

    We have made an offer to a property in London and we are waiting for the mortgage to come through. However, offer has been accepted and process started. We heard the flat has some leakages so we are asking access to view the property with a plumber so he can tell the work that is needed....
    20-11-2019, 17:26 PM
  • Reply to Advise when buying a property
    by jpkeates
    Don't commit to anything until you have a proper evaluation of "leakages".
    You can negotiate at any point up to exchange of contracts - after that is possible but can be costly.

    As for fraud, yes, don't use email to do anything involving money.
    Ideally your solicitor...
    20-11-2019, 17:56 PM
  • Reply to Advise when buying a property
    by Flashback1966
    Is the leak from the flat above? In which case, that would be access to someone else's property. You don't have a right of entry. Or is it a leak from the roof, in which case, it is a shared building costs (so all the neighbours needs to pay for repairs).

    If it is a water pipe leak, it...
    20-11-2019, 17:54 PM
  • Reply to Resolution to trespass
    by mystic08
    He has insisted he replaced the fence exactly as it was with two dog legs. I've discovered a Google Earth image taken from above his property of the old fence in alignment with his neighbour's fence which begins in the corner immediately to the right of her shed. He is now considering my offer to share...
    19-11-2019, 22:07 PM
  • Resolution to trespass
    by mystic08
    The owner of a house that backs onto a rental property of mine has replaced the fence but has taken about three feet of my garden. Immediately behind it he has straddled the correct boundary with a low brick wall topped with paving stones. It would be expensive for him to restore the fence to the correct...
    03-02-2019, 13:12 PM
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    by mystic08
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  • Do I own the loft?
    by nomadiclord
    Hi all,

    Appreciate this is an age old question, but in the process of purchasing a leasehold flat and there is a dispute over the loft. I would own the upper maisonette.

    The lease states the upper flat including:
    A - The main structural walls thereof at first floor...
    17-11-2019, 16:46 PM
  • Reply to Do I own the loft?
    by nomadiclord
    Hi Lawcruncher,

    No I haven't read it before, thank you for sending on. If I read this correctly it implies that I would own the lease. The loft is indeed only accessible from the first floor flat. The plan I have been sent on the deeds shows the start of the boundary at the start of the...
    17-11-2019, 18:02 PM
  • Reply to Do I own the loft?
    by Lawcruncher
    Have you read this thread? https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...-in-the-lease=
    17-11-2019, 17:48 PM
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