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  • who is in charge of the fences?
    ll2013
    Hello

    How do I find out who is in charge of each fence?
    There's two side ones and also two rear ones. One neighbour at the back asked me and I wasn't sure. It's not specified in title information.
    Also left side fence looks like it can be fixed so want to know if we need to...
    27-07-2017, 13:22 PM
  • Reply to who is in charge of the fences?
    nukecad
    A fence between properties is a 'boundary feature'.

    A boundary feature is any structure that separates your property from your neighbour’s, such as a fence, wall or hedge. There are no laws about who owns these or which side of the boundary feature you’re responsible for.
    ...
    27-07-2017, 14:23 PM
  • Reply to who is in charge of the fences?
    leaseholder64
    The normal rule of thumb, if not indicated in the title deeds, or title plan (there is a symbol for this), is that the people on the ugly side, e.g. the side with the post, own it.

    It is only a rule of thumb, though.
    27-07-2017, 14:18 PM
  • Should I register a charge or a restriction on a property
    Joiner358
    We lent £15,000 to a family member who signed a loan agreement for the amount to be repaid on or before 30th September 2017. His circumstances have changed and it is unlikely that he will be able to repay this money by the due date. We would like to take steps to secure this money should his house...
    19-07-2017, 19:11 PM
  • Reply to Should I register a charge or a restriction on a property
    wfd_property
    I would take your agreement to a solicitor and get specific advice....
    23-07-2017, 06:13 AM
  • Land registry trubunal
    Rosierees
    In our tribunal case the respondents solicitor has shown our witness statements to their witness s who in turn have put the info on Facebook and our witnesses have recieved threats !! Is this legal and what can we do now...
    19-07-2017, 12:08 PM
  • Reply to Land registry trubunal
    wfd_property
    There is a 'public interest' test. There are various bits of guidance for journalism etc.

    Impossible to say more without knowing details you probably won't want to give in open forum....
    23-07-2017, 06:11 AM
  • Title Deeds and Mortgage
    MAPTON
    Hi

    Not quite landlord related but hoping for some clarification one way or the other:-

    Is it possible for me to remain on the mortgage but to sign over house to spouse, ie, take my name off of the title deeds. This is a divorce scenario and I am wishing to remain on mortgage...
    22-07-2017, 15:36 PM
  • Reply to Title Deeds and Mortgage
    wfd_property
    Or you just chuck her out and find a tenant?...
    23-07-2017, 06:09 AM
  • Reply to Title Deeds and Mortgage
    MrShed
    Presuming that what you are wanting to achieve is allow your spouse to remain in the property despite her affordability not being good enough, I would suggest that you either:
    1) Keep the current situation exactly as it is.
    2) Make a formal contractual arrangement to pay your spouse X money...
    22-07-2017, 16:51 PM
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