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    The case law that people quote when considering...

    The case law that people quote when considering the value of an access road into a potential building plot is Stokes v Cambridge City Council.
    The judge stated that the value of the small area of...
  2. There was a court case where the meaning of the...

    There was a court case where the meaning of the words "a residential property" was relevant because a developer wanted to erect a further number of houses in the grounds of a property burdened with a...
  3. Statements of Truth provided by people that are...

    Statements of Truth provided by people that are able to confirm the length of time the building has been in use for more than 10 years for commercial purposes.
    The evidence has to provide the civil...
  4. That is what the Limitation Act states about land...

    That is what the Limitation Act states about land that had been adversely possessed.
    (Copied from web-site: http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1980/58)

    Like all civil legal matters...
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    The Civil Procedure Rules were amended in 2008,...

    The Civil Procedure Rules were amended in 2008, which is when a Statement of Truth was allowed to be used that would have the same legal effect as a Statutory Declartion in civil legal proceedings.
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    A statutory declartion can be sworn in front of a...

    A statutory declartion can be sworn in front of a solicitor, but a simpler legal requirement was introduced a few years ago which is a Statement of Truth that is now accepted in all legal matters in...
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    A statutory declartion can be sworn in front of a...

    A statutory declartion can be sworn in front of a solicitor, but a simpler legal requirement was introduced a few years ago which is a Statement of Truth that is now accepted in all legal matters in...
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    Why not negotiate with the other leaseholder and...

    Why not negotiate with the other leaseholder and agree to buy the freehold in joint names, with you paying all costs, but having secured an option agreement to buy his 50% share for an agreed small...
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    Why not negotiate with the other leaseholder and...

    Why not negotiate with the other leaseholder and agree to buy the freehold in joint names, with you paying all costs, but having secured an option agreement to buy his 50% share for an agreed small...
  10. When an application for first registration of...

    When an application for first registration of land that is claimed to be adverely possesed is made, Land Regsitry will send out notices to adjacent land-owners to allow an objection to be made to the...
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    If the garden is not included in the lease, then...

    If the garden is not included in the lease, then it has to be retained by the freeholder.

    When the freeholder is named as two persons, the problem will always be that any formal decision needs to...
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    A lease can contain as many covenants as...

    A lease can contain as many covenants as required,whatever ground rent the Lessor decides and whatever term of years the Lessor decides.

    Normally there will also be a need to confirm each...
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    There are Local Planning Authority web-sites...

    There are Local Planning Authority web-sites where it is stated that 1 metre away is OK and others that state that 2 metres away is needed before the 2 metre fence is permitted development.
    ...
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    Bear in mind that you now have two alternative...

    Bear in mind that you now have two alternative options proposed for the freehold value.

    If you just wanted to dispose of the freehold after the three flats were sold as leasehold properties with...
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    It is sensible to offer for sale each flat with a...

    It is sensible to offer for sale each flat with a lease to be granted for each flat as it is sold.
    That means that each seller is liable for any SDLT which may be due if you realise more than 150K...
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    That seems to imply that this is a publicly...

    That seems to imply that this is a publicly maintained road which meets the definition of an adopted public highway.

    It would therefore seem to be a correct interpretation of current planning law...
  17. Each of the mortgage companies will need to be...

    Each of the mortgage companies will need to be involved because you intend to modify each of the leases.

    No mortgage company will allow these changes without being legally represented, so you may...
  18. If you intended to buy a leasehold flat that had...

    If you intended to buy a leasehold flat that had a lease for a term of 99 years, then that is what the current freeholder needs to ensure will happen.

    That freeholder will need to grant a lease...
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    Is there a reference to "Copy Filed" under that...

    Is there a reference to "Copy Filed" under that document being quoted?

    If there is then you need to apply to Land Registry using a form OC2 that can be downloaded from their web-site and sent with...
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    That is compeletely inaccurate as the Planning...

    That is compeletely inaccurate as the Planning Inspectorate will deal with matters of planning policy only. No notice will be made of objections unless those objections are correct in relating to...
  21. Thread: Names on deeds

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    It would be sensible to obtain a copy of the will...

    It would be sensible to obtain a copy of the will of the deceased owner to see how the land became registered in the names of the two current proprietors.
    It is likely that they were the personal...
  22. It may only require the glass changed not the...

    It may only require the glass changed not the door or window.
  23. When your husband bought the freehold 30 years...

    When your husband bought the freehold 30 years ago did he then start living in the property.

    If he did then the unregisterd title for the leasehold property would have been extinguished after 12...
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    Going back to the very first posting, that...

    Going back to the very first posting, that contains a fundamental lack of knowledge about what is meant when a property remains unregistered, but obviously that is why you have posted on this...
  25. The only safe way to know if that definition of...

    The only safe way to know if that definition of an HMO has permitted development rights is to make an application for a Lawful Development Certificate for a proposed use, showing an extension or a...
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