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  1. What isn't clear is whether each of the barns is...

    What isn't clear is whether each of the barns is a leasehold title rather than a freehold title.

    It would have been possible for a developer to sell of the converted houses and to retain ownership...
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    The fact that the local council have accepted...

    The fact that the local council have accepted that there are currently two separate dwellings which were separately liable to Council tax will mean that your decision has nothing to do with the...
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    Lolking at a joint venture strictly from the...

    Lolking at a joint venture strictly from the developer's point of view, it would be fairer to that developer if he also added his time spent supervising the building operations as the project...
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    When someone leases land that is effectively...

    When someone leases land that is effectively selling it, so the opening part of this posting suggests that the land-owner fails to realise what happens once a lease is signed.
    The Lessee gets to...
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    In response to the poster making this statement...

    In response to the poster making this statement "Mum wanted it to stay as it is so I want to stop any development." I responded in what I did not consider to be a rude way, but rather a realsitic...
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    Finding out if the land was registered with Land...

    Finding out if the land was registered with Land Registry, or remains unregistered would be the first thing to establish.

    Despite what was said about you having an interest in the land, I think...
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    The Land Registry register of title will confirm...

    The Land Registry register of title will confirm that two owners hold the land as tenants in common, because a standard form of restriction will be shown confirming that.

    There in no indication of...
  8. It certainly would be sensible, because the costs...

    It certainly would be sensible, because the costs can be collected as part of the maintenance charge on each of the flats to cover the communal area and common outside space if any is provided.
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    The person who wanted the land to remain as a...

    The person who wanted the land to remain as a paddock is now dead.
    The two children who inherited the land are not.

    One wants to gain an immediate benefit from ownership of this land by...
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    What many people fail to take into account is...

    What many people fail to take into account is that a restrictive covenant has to be for the benefit of land, not for the benefit of the person who originally sold the plot that is now burdened with...
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    Even if you use the services of a solicitor you...

    Even if you use the services of a solicitor you will need to provide evidence that for a period of 12 years prior to October 2003 when the Land Registration Act 2002 came into force, that you had...
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    The first thing to do would be to take legal...

    The first thing to do would be to take legal advice on the validity of the agreement that was entered into.

    With a lot of money at stake, it would be essential to know if that agreement can be...
  13. The major problem wil be complying with Building...

    The major problem wil be complying with Building Control requirements if the loft is to be converted into habitable living space.

    Locating roof lights by using Velux windows may not need planning...
  14. The normal way that such value is calculated is...

    The normal way that such value is calculated is by referring to a case where a judge set out what was to be a reasonable way of valuing a right of way that allowed another area of land to be...
  15. Some of the comments show a lack of knowledge...

    Some of the comments show a lack of knowledge about what an option is when compared to a conditional contract.

    An option has to be purchased, so that the land-owner immediately receives a sum of...
  16. The height of a fence can be up to 2 metres high...

    The height of a fence can be up to 2 metres high unless that fence is erected adjacent to a highway used by vehicular traffic.

    From the description used to describe the land used for parking that...
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    This web-site had some information with diagrams...

    This web-site had some information with diagrams that cannot be shown on this posting, although the words are shown below:
    www.bfcma.co.uk/chimneyfluedesign.aspx

    Looking at the diagrams it does...
  18. This posting seeems to be about proving someone...

    This posting seeems to be about proving someone other than the Original poster has done something wrong, but now that more facts are being provided there does now seem to be a reason why an LDC has...
  19. If an LDC has been issued then that would have to...

    If an LDC has been issued then that would have to have meant that the breach of condition was proven to be more than 10 years old, so that enforcement action could no longer be taken by the local...
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    If the verge was part of the adopted highway then...

    If the verge was part of the adopted highway then it will not be possible to claim adverse possession, because recent case law decided that a verge alongside a public carriageway may be part of the...
  21. In order that an application for a lawful...

    In order that an application for a lawful developement certficate be successful, it will be necessary to show that the breach of such a condition had occured more than ten years prior to the date...
  22. What is not being made clear to Adam is that a...

    What is not being made clear to Adam is that a claim that an easement which is appurtanant to a particular property has ben created through 20 years use of land as of right, meaning without force,...
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    The reasom why the council told you that there...

    The reasom why the council told you that there was no need for them to grant planning permission was because the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 as amended in...
  24. What a developer would do in a situation such as...

    What a developer would do in a situation such as the one you are describing is that he would want to buy an option to buy the property at an agreed price.

    A sum of money is paid to the land-owner...
  25. If a fence of 1 metre in height was to be erected...

    If a fence of 1 metre in height was to be erected to enclose an area of land adjacent to your own property, it is correct that this act of trespass can only be dealt with by the person able to...
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