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  • scot22
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    That's what I think.

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  • Stacker
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    Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
    Warning to anyone wanting to respond: Multiple replicate threads
    I would say that sometimes some issues come up and sometimes not all the facts are known at the time so through further asking on this site it helps when things which are new come up so that we can hep each other...its not duplication, its about exploring and finding out what are all the facts...people can comment or have a choice not to comment.

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  • Stacker
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    Originally posted by Lawcruncher View Post
    Did you have a survey done?
    Yes a chartered RICS surveyor surveyed the property and has not considered its history..he seems to have surveyed the property as a modern building and I have now found out he has mentioned nothing about movement which means the building has not been insured properly.

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  • scot22
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    Admission, I had not read the rules. Wish they applied to each and every forum on the internet.

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  • AndrewDod
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    Originally posted by scot22 View Post
    I don't have any problem with issues being posted more than once. New people can join the forum, further thought perhaps from a different view can lead to an opinion evolving ( change your mind ! )
    Most of the serious (or less serious) long time posters here do object. because it is not possible to make sense of a specific scenario when you get multiple parts of it in different threads on different days of the same week, with thoughtful comments detached from each other.

    We are not talking about similar scenarios being discussed by different people. We are talking about wasting time and disrespecting everyone involved.

    Also see forum rule 11 - so it is not just my opinion it is the RULE

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  • scot22
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    I don't have any problem with issues being posted more than once. New people can join the forum, further thought perhaps from a different view can lead to an opinion evolving ( change your mind ! )

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  • AndrewDod
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    Warning to anyone wanting to respond: Multiple replicate threads

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  • AndrewDod
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    Warning to anyone wanting to respond: Multiple replicate threads

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  • AndrewDod
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    Warning to anyone wanting to respond: Multiple replicate threads

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  • AndrewDod
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    How are we supposed to know it is a newly written lease by the conveyancer?? Maybe that is because you are sending one liners in multiple threads no one can be bothered to locate.

    An obligation to maintain something that is not there would seem to be a clause with no effect. Boilerplate contracts often have clauses that cover things that might not apply to the circumstances. "Repair and maintain" does not mean you have to improve anything.

    Why would you sign a contract you did not read and then object later?

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  • JK0
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    Are you trying to pick holes to get your fees reduced? Frankly if my listed building needed a DPC, I would not bother asking the jobsworths for permission either.

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  • Lawcruncher
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    Did you have a survey done?

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  • Stacker
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    Originally posted by alice123 View Post
    What was declared on the TA6 and property sellers questionairre ?
    Is TA6 the property questions? He put "property comes with DPC warranty" will check on TA6 if its not the property enquiries form.

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  • alice123
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    What was declared on the TA6 and property sellers questionairre ?

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  • Stacker
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    Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
    I'm afraid it is your responsibility to check the details of the lease in detail. The conveyancer might be expected to deal with off legal terms but not to survey the building.

    You probably need one thread for all this stuff, not many
    I am confused..the conveyancer created and wrote the new lease, to do this they would need to understand what they are doing..so putting an item in which is an improvement should not be in there...that says to me they did not check properly. We rely on these professionals not the other way around.

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