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    Who is shown as the registered proprietor of the...

    Who is shown as the registered proprietor of the freehold will be a critical factor when seeking permission.

    A limited company owned by the leaseholders who were issued with one share each is...
  2. Ask the freeholder to grant another lease that...

    Ask the freeholder to grant another lease that allows for the change of use if granted and also allows swift handback when demanded.

    That will mean using legal professionals to draft any deeds...
  3. Dealing strictly with planning law and not...

    Dealing strictly with planning law and not Building Control legislation, a change of use from a single house to three separate dwellings in the form of flats is immune from enforcement action by the...
  4. You could try and ask the exceutors to confirm in...

    You could try and ask the exceutors to confirm in writing to Land Registry that acting as executor he has no reason to withhold consent.
    If the execuitors know who will inherit the property, it may...
  5. A flat once converted is a single dwelling that...

    A flat once converted is a single dwelling that is separate from any other flat within what was originally a single dwellinghouse.
    That is why the four year rule applies when two dwellings are...
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    Many peole now refer to these types of properties...

    Many peole now refer to these types of properties as having virtual freehold because of the term of the lease extending for hundreds of years.

    It is quite common in many parts of the country that...
  7. The whole flat can be rented out, but part of the...

    The whole flat can be rented out, but part of the original flat cannot be rented separately.
  8. After conversion to separate flats the use is...

    After conversion to separate flats the use is lawful after 4 years, because no enforcement action can then be taken by the local planning authority.

    To claim that the development is lawful by...
  9. If there is a public right of way over that path...

    If there is a public right of way over that path then it can never be in adverse possession.
    The right to buy scheme was introduced by the 1980 Housing Act to allow tenants to buy the dwelling they...
  10. You are definitely overthinking this purchase. ...

    You are definitely overthinking this purchase.

    A building constructed 10 years ago suggests that the land will be registered with Land Registry, so the A4 Register of Title with title plan is the...
  11. If the mortgagee is in possession of the freehold...

    If the mortgagee is in possession of the freehold building that is why a new lease needs to be granted.

    I would have thought buying a repossessed property was an ideal investment, as normally the...
  12. The maximunm area that can be covered in...

    The maximunm area that can be covered in outbuildings is up to 50% of the area of the land in the curtilage of the dwellinghouse.
    All the land in the front, side and back garden needs to be...
  13. An application for a lawful development...

    An application for a lawful development certificate for a proposed development can be made at a cost of £192.50 which is half the cost of a standard application.

    If the company supplying th...
  14. Like anyone else in the same position your...

    Like anyone else in the same position your recourse would be through the courts, which would require you to undertake legal action for the trespass over your Legal Interest over land, which is what...
  15. I recently did quite a considerable amount of...

    I recently did quite a considerable amount of research into Inclosure Awards and one point that became clear was that each Inclosure Act defined a specific area of land that was to be inclosed.
    ...
  16. That statement may not be correct. Probably of...

    That statement may not be correct.

    Probably of little consequence based on the facts you have now posted, but the soil of most roads in a parish prior to inclosure would have been owned by the...
  17. A planning condition for residential development...

    A planning condition for residential development can sometimes include the removal of permitted development rights to extend the building or to build an outbuilding in the curtilage.

    Then a...
  18. In this posting you state that you have...

    In this posting you state that you have easements, then state there is an unknown owner of the road which remains unregistered.

    The first point to be raised is how did the easement come about?
    ...
  19. The change of use from a building comprising a...

    The change of use from a building comprising a number of flats to a single dwelling will need planning permission, so the whole of this query makes no sense.
    The word "NOT" has to be added to the...
  20. Thread: Advice needed

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    The current person in possession has a better...

    The current person in possession has a better title than anyone other than the legal owner, so could sue you for trespass if you attempted to interfere with his occupation of the land.
    Your only...
  21. The leasehold title will be a separate legal...

    The leasehold title will be a separate legal title to the freehold title, which is now a freehold reversion, so that possession will only revert to the freeholder when the term of the lease is...
  22. Thread: Advice needed

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    After 10 years a person in adverse possession of...

    After 10 years a person in adverse possession of registered property may apply to Land Registry for registration.

    A notice is issued to the current registered owner who can object, so that the...
  23. If the house is leasehold, so that the current...

    If the house is leasehold, so that the current leaseholder defaulted on the mortgage and the mortgagee in possession is selling the leasehold interest. why is the freeholder involved in this sale?
    ...
  24. Why would there have been a lease if the builder...

    Why would there have been a lease if the builder who owned the freehold let out the flats to short term tenants?

    That would normally be under a standard tenancy agreement, not a lease for a term...
  25. As a direct response to that quote, it has to be...

    As a direct response to that quote, it has to be realised that propery is sold when a willing buyer and a willing seller reach an agreement on the terms of the transaction.

    That is what is meant...
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