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  1. When an application is made for first...

    When an application is made for first registration of a possessory title the Land Registry will ask a surveyor to inspect the land.

    Now that the whole of the access track and the separate land...
  2. Question 1: If I let them cross my Possessed Land...

    Question 1: If I let them cross my Possessed Land on specified occasions will that go against my application for possessory title?

    As an owner of land it is possible to grant permission for a...
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    Planning permission will be needed if you intend...

    Planning permission will be needed if you intend to comply with planning law.

    If the separation occurred without planning permission the local planning authority will have 10 years in which to...
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    The matter being posted about has nothing to do...

    The matter being posted about has nothing to do with Land Registry because it is a civil legal matter whereby a property owner with a right of way by vehicle is being prevented from using the 3.6...
  5. Anyone taking possession of land acquires it at...

    Anyone taking possession of land acquires it at nil cost, because no consideration is given to the legal owner.

    On disposal for a sum of money it would all be calculated as a capital gain for tax...
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    The court action is being taken because the...

    The court action is being taken because the Enforcement Notice has not been complied with.

    Did you contact the Local Planning Authority Enforcement officer to discuss what was required to comply...
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    Would need to read relevant policy before trying...

    Would need to read relevant policy before trying to offer advice on an Appeal Statement.

    Not sure why you decided to delete which Local Planning Authority issued the refusal notice, but without...
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    Section 55(2)(e) of the Town and Country Planning...

    Section 55(2)(e) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 confirms that use of any land for the purposes of agriculture is not considered to be development that is subject to control under the Act....
  9. It is not necessary to employ a...

    It is not necessary to employ a conveyancer/solicitor. For registered land the process is relatively simple, with an Official copy of the register of title and title plan normally provided by the...
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    Planning permission is granted under the power of...

    Planning permission is granted under the power of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
    Your leasehold title is a Legal Estate in land defined in the Law of Property Act 1925.
    A right of way is a...
  11. Each separate dwelling is liable to pay council...

    Each separate dwelling is liable to pay council tax and the existence of the second dwelling ought to have been notified to the council in its capacity as collector of that tax, rather than as local...
  12. The garage conversion was a change of use to a...

    The garage conversion was a change of use to a single dwelling that was a breach of planning control. There is no permitted development right for any such conversion.
    That means that the Local...
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    You can look on the web-site for the Planning...

    You can look on the web-site for the Planning Department to see if this land is identified as having any special significance.

    There are plans provided for each area in a district that identifies...
  14. You need to look at the wording in the original...

    You need to look at the wording in the original conveyance which included that covenant.

    Often the vendor will identify the land that is to have the benefit of the covenant, which is normally the...
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    A limited company is considered to be a single...

    A limited company is considered to be a single legal person irrespective of how many directors and shareholders there may be.

    The company can deal with its land in the same way as a real human...
  16. The Vendor granting the right of way identified...

    The Vendor granting the right of way identified one route by using blue and green areas on a plan.

    The Vendor reserved for other land that was described as "adjoining or adjacent property" a right...
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    I posted this when this thread was first being...

    I posted this when this thread was first being posted on and am now repeating the legal position that is now relevant.

    A planning application for a change of use of the land to a use as garden...
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    That is why it would be sensible to immediately...

    That is why it would be sensible to immediately obtain a copy of the register and title plan for the property that you think owns the garage.

    A mortgagee in possession could well have sold off the...
  19. There is legal authority that the right to access...

    There is legal authority that the right to access a shed used by the tenant when he occupied a flat passed with the property when he acquired a new lease of the property, because Section 62 of the...
  20. f you know about this company owner it seems that...

    f you know about this company owner it seems that both properties are currently registered.
    The leasehold title can be transferred independently from the freehold title, so the TR1 form is the deed...
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    It will probably be necessary to provide the...

    It will probably be necessary to provide the solicitor with copies of the plans submitted to the planning department, so that as each house plot is sold off the accurately drawn plans will identify...
  22. It would need a further question answered when...

    It would need a further question answered when discussing conveyancing of land.

    Is it ethical for a monopoly to do all it can to protect its own self interest?
  23. After reading that quote from the Poster who...

    After reading that quote from the Poster who started this thread, which referred to a private road owned by the council, I passed on over 40 years of experience by answering the questions posed about...
  24. A mortgage company will lend on the secuity of...

    A mortgage company will lend on the secuity of the freehold esate in the property even though it is subject to a lease of the air space above the roof.

    Since that will not devalue the property...
  25. Thread: charging orders

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    and so say all of us!

    and so say all of us!
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