1968 Restrictions revealed during Conveyancing in Sheffield purchase

Conveyancing in Sheffield for a dwelling on Halesworth Road, Handsworth, Sheffield, S13 was recently carried out by Solicitor Jaclyn Smith on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. L.

Upon reviewing the official copies from the land registry, supplied to Jaclyn by the vendor’s Conveyancing Solicitor, a series of restrictions were revealed from a previous Conveyance of the land dated 11/11/1968 that were imposed by the original developer. Jaclyn reviewed the details of the said restrictions to ensure that they would not affect the couple’s plans for the dwelling.

When you're buying a home, it's important to understand the covenants and other deed restrictions that are in place for the dwelling you want to buy, because they dictate how you can and cannot use the property.

Covenants are deed restrictions that apply to a group of homes or lots, property that's part of a specific development or subdivision. They are normally put in place by the original developer, as was the case in this transaction, and are different for every area of homes.

Handling the sales marketing and the agreed purchase price of £133, 500 on behalf of the vendors was the Heppenstall estate agents branch on 286 Hansworth Road, Handswroth, Sheffield, S13 9BX.

The standard searches for Conveyancing in Sheffield were carried out via the local authority, Sheffield City Council, located at the Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH. Results were received promptly, enabling the purchase to progress rapidly to completion.

Information revealed in the local search generally includes the following:

  • planning and building regulation decisions and pending application
  • planning designations and proposals
  • road works
  • land required for public purposes
  • land to be acquired for road works
  • drainage agreements and consents
  • nearby road schemes
  • nearby railway schemes
  • traffic initiatives
  • outstanding notices
  • infringement of building regulations
  • notices, orders, directions and proceedings under planning acts
  • conservation areas
  • compulsory purchase orders
  • contaminated land areas
  • radon gas affected areas

Conveyancing in Sheffield for this freehold abode was completed without any significant delays, much to the appreciation of both parties involved.

If you are selling or purchasing a property within this area of South Yorkshire, contact Fridaysmove on 0330 660 0286 to instruct a Solicitor specialising in Conveyancing in Sheffield.

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