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Updated: 03/12/13 by Tony Lilleystone
Homeowners throughout Littleover and Derby are often unaware of this potential obligation to pay for church repairs. These upkeep costs can run into £100,000s. This dates back to the medieval period, when churches (or more specifically their chancels) were maintained by wealthy owners of rectorial land. Since this time, large estates have been broken down into 100's or 1,000's of privately owned properties.
Lenders once permitted any solicitors' firm to join their panel. These panels were established so that firms could join and thereby perform legal work on mortgages on behalf of lenders. However, mortgage lenders have started removing firms which do not carry out much work for them, or have not met certain additional criteria. If your lender does not accept your chosen solicitor, you must make a decision as to how to proceed:
You could also choose to work with your current solicitor, but you will have to pay the lender's costs in addition to your own, as they will instruct a member of their panel.
When land around Littleover is developed for housing, the existence of a TPO will be revealed in a local search against property on the original estate, whether or not there are any affected trees on the specific property being purchased, but fortunately consent is not required for cutting down or carrying out work on trees which are dead or dying or have become dangerous. Trees planted in accordance with a condition placed on new build property developers are not necessarily subject to a TPO. By obtaining copies of any TPOs impacting your property before you go on the market, you will improve your chances of a faster transaction when you do find a buyer.
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