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    Note the wording used in the Allotments Act: "it...

    Note the wording used in the Allotments Act: "it shall be lawful for the occupier of any land..."
    This does not refer to the "owner" of land but to the prerson currently occupying the land, which...
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    Squatting in a residential building is now a...

    Squatting in a residential building is now a criminal offence since 2012, which is when the law was changed that was previously drafted in favour of someone occupying a property who was said to have...
  3. Your solicitor can make an enquiry as to whether...

    Your solicitor can make an enquiry as to whether an underwriter will accept that burden and at what cost. Most solicitors use Insurance companies for this purpose because they receive commissions, so...
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    The real life scenario is that the Crown does not...

    The real life scenario is that the Crown does not have any idea that the company that was dissolved was the registered owner of this land.
    Contacting the Bona Vacatia office may meke it obvious that...
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    It would appear that this freehold house has a...

    It would appear that this freehold house has a right of way over the courtyard belonging to the company, which may explain the covenant on the TP1.

    The transfer was of a physical property, known...
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    The other factor to consider is that only the...

    The other factor to consider is that only the Landlord can dispute this question as to whether the loft space was demised in 1970.

    Where each owner of a flat is shown as being the joint...
  7. Anyone living in a property as their sole...

    Anyone living in a property as their sole residence can sell off up to half an acre of garden and pay no Capital Gains Tax. Beyond half an acre different rules apply.

    To obtain planning permission...
  8. Interlaken, After something has been built for...

    Interlaken,

    After something has been built for more than 4 years there is nothing that the planning department can do about that development, as it becomes lawful because the time for enforcement...
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    If there is no record of insulation in the...

    If there is no record of insulation in the extenal walls then it would be possible to remedy that by using a company that will inject insulation as long as there is a cavity.

    Creating three...
  10. The only person with the legal right to stop such...

    The only person with the legal right to stop such use of this alleyway would be the legal owner of that alleyway.

    The houses that use it lawfully will have a private right of way that allows such...
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    You are seeking to claim a private right of way...

    You are seeking to claim a private right of way that is recognised in English law.
    That is not the same as a public right of way for vehicular traffic.

    Read my previous posting which is still...
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    This development will now need a full planning...

    This development will now need a full planning application.
  13. If someone owned a leasehold title in 1967 when...

    If someone owned a leasehold title in 1967 when this Act was passed, it was probably unregistered because compulsory registration was gradually introduced over a number of years in different parts...
  14. I posted this before seeing the last posting, but...

    I posted this before seeing the last posting, but I still think this is the correct interpretation of what happened in 1981, so have left my posting as it was originally worded.

    The Absolute...
  15. Once the freehold was bought by the sub-lessee...

    Once the freehold was bought by the sub-lessee that individual house plot was removed from the 999 year Building Lease, which still existed with a lesser area of land included thereafter in that head...
  16. I recently became involved is dealing with a...

    I recently became involved is dealing with a property that was part of an estate of houses where a 999 year Building Lease had been granted by the freeholder in late 1800's.

    The head lease covered...
  17. Just to confirm that an appeal against a refusal...

    Just to confirm that an appeal against a refusal is settled by an Inspector appointed by the Planning Inspectorate who will consider farm diversification as a material planning consideration,...
  18. I have always thought that when there are two...

    I have always thought that when there are two people named as the freeholder on the register of title, then both of those named people have to decide to take action should there be a breach of one of...
  19. The latest version of the Town and Country...

    The latest version of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) order 2015 now allows many types of buildings to be converted to a dwellinghouse.

    The quoted section...
  20. In April 2015 the latest amended version of the...

    In April 2015 the latest amended version of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development ) (England) Order was issued.

    Part 6 sets out what can be considered as PD for agricultural...
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    What you have described is the acquisition of a...

    What you have described is the acquisition of a prescriptive easement over the unregistered land for the benefit of the rear land now used as part of the dwelling's garden area.

    It would be...
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    An easement is the right to use someone else's...

    An easement is the right to use someone else's land in a particular way.

    In this example there is a right to have the posts on your land and the right to have the staircase over the land. Each...
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    The lapsed outline permission is a good...

    The lapsed outline permission is a good indication that the principle of an additional dwelling was acceptable, so what is needed now is a full planning application with the house design drawn on...
  24. Most of the responses so far are totally...

    Most of the responses so far are totally incorrect about the lawfullness of this conversion.

    A conversion that has been established as a single dwelling for more than 4 years is then immune from...
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    It would be sensible to find out which property...

    It would be sensible to find out which property or properties was intended to benefit from the covenant, then verify what effect would development of the garage to a dwelling have on the benefitted...
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