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  1. Thre is no permitted development that allows an...

    Thre is no permitted development that allows an outbuilding to be erected in the garden of a flat in any area. Conservation areas included.
    Minor Operations are permitted under Part 2 of the Town...
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    If there really is no right of way over this...

    If there really is no right of way over this land, only the owner of that land can actually stop access.

    Unless that is confirmed to be the owner of the neighbouring house, that was why an...
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    It may be sensible to confirm with Land Registry...

    It may be sensible to confirm with Land Registry whether the accessway remains unregistered.
    That will require a paper application using a SIM form downloadable from the Land Registry web-site....
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    There are countless examples of unscrupulous...

    There are countless examples of unscrupulous sellers allowing a sale to proceed at a price that in no way reflected the best available price, so that a swift sale later did in fact realise the...
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    Lawcruncher, how did you know Al had lent the...

    Lawcruncher, how did you know Al had lent the money?
    Is that Al from Alicante?
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    No need to send any PM as I am a retired man who...

    No need to send any PM as I am a retired man who made all necessary provisions about tax planning befiore selling the business to take advantage of the Government's retirement relief scheme for...
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    In another posting you mention your husband, but...

    In another posting you mention your husband, but make no mention of whether you have children.
    As soon as my child became 18 she became a partner in the property development partnership my wife and...
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    It is no different registering a lease for 70...

    It is no different registering a lease for 70 years as a lease for 999 years.
    The Land Registry will need the original and copy of the lease to examine and note the details on the registered title....
  9. An appeal will need to be decided on the balance...

    An appeal will need to be decided on the balance of probability, which is the civil law burden of proof, so obtaining written Statements of Truth from all persons able and willing to sign such a...
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    There is no need to split the title until the...

    There is no need to split the title until the whole development is completed and then it is decided to sell off one of the houses.

    That is the only time there needs to be separation of title and...
  11. Thread: Amenity land

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    If not already in your possession, the title...

    If not already in your possession, the title register and title plan for the land can be purchased from Land Registry's web-site for the cost of £6. You could also acquire the register and title plan...
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    When the buyer is seeking a mortgage, the...

    When the buyer is seeking a mortgage, the solictor normally acts for each of those two parties, rather than just for the buyer.

    I have always considered that will be a task whereby two masters are...
  13. The phrase "locally listed" suggest to me that...

    The phrase "locally listed" suggest to me that this property does not fall into the category of a building Listed by English Heritage as a nationally important building given the necessary status to...
  14. Although a Council is considered to be a single...

    Although a Council is considered to be a single legal entity, there is normally considered to be separation between the Council acting as a land-owner and the Council acting as the local planning...
  15. When I post a response to a posting it is always...

    When I post a response to a posting it is always with the intention of being helpful.
    If I am wrong about the comments I made earlier, it would be helpful if it can be clarified how Mr. A can sue...
  16. if the freehold is held by a limited company then...

    if the freehold is held by a limited company then it will be possible to begin legal proceedings because a company can be compelled to act for the benefit of ALL shareholders assuming there are two...
  17. This fails to take account of the fact that there...

    This fails to take account of the fact that there is freehold estate that is registered in two names, which is not as straight forward as that quote is suggesting.

    Only the "freeholder" can stop...
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    I am now retired, but am still a director of a...

    I am now retired, but am still a director of a planning consultancy company, so am very familiar with restrictive covenants, as well as planning matters.

    Now that I have a lot of free time on my...
  19. Many leases contained a provision for...

    Many leases contained a provision for repossession if certain covenants were not complied with.


    That would be a huge stick to beat a recalcitrant leaseholder with if that leaseholder refuses to...
  20. The main problem with all this is that there is a...

    The main problem with all this is that there is a single freeholder of the property, even if that single freeholder is named as two individuals.

    No extension should have been undertaken without...
  21. Part 1 of the Town and Country Planning (General...

    Part 1 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, as amended in 2008, sets out what is considered to be pemitted development within the curtilage of a dwellinghouse....
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    In 2013 The Town and Country Planning (General...

    In 2013 The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) Order 2013 was issued then since March 2014 new permitted development rights were set out in a Statutory...
  23. That use by a multitude of different people,...

    That use by a multitude of different people, including boat owners who stop and picnic on the land, will never meet the legal definition of adverse possession, although it could be more likely to...
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    I would also have wanted to know how the company...

    I would also have wanted to know how the company decides to deal with matters if there are three directors with equal shares.

    That could mean that 2 directors voting "yes" to any proposal will...
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    A substantial obstruction of a route that was a...

    A substantial obstruction of a route that was a granted right of way is a trespass against the Legal Interest in land which is what the easement became when that conveyance was executed.
    You own the...
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