Solicitor in Birmingham completes on purchase transaction

Purchasers Mr. and Mrs. B were delighted to be assisted by Fridaysmove -approved Conveyancing Solicitor Catherine Williams in April 2010 for the purchase of their new residence on Warren Road, Stirchley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B30.

Catherine consulted the official copies of the land registry documentation, which contains all the details of the title to the property. Conveyancing Solicitors, when acting for purchasers, must ensure that official copies are supplied and not just a register view as this is not admissible as evidence of the contents of the register and the land registry will not be liable for any losses suffered as a result of an error in the document.

The following is an excerpt from the official copy of register of title for the property:

“A: Property Register

This register describes the land and estate comprised in the title.

WEST MIDLANDS : BIRMINGHAM

1 (12. 02. 1988) The Freehold land shown edged with red on the plan of the above Title filed at the Registry and being Warren Road, Stirchley, (B30).

2 The land has the benefit of the following rights granted by but is subject to the following rights reserved by a Conveyance of the land in this title and other land dated 14 February 1956 made between (1) John P (Vendor) and (2) Matthew T (Purchaser):-

TOGETHER ALSO with all rights of way support of walls light drainage and other easements of a continuous nature now used or enjoyed (or which but for the fact that the property hereby conveyed and the adjoining property have belonged to the same owner would be so used and enjoyed) by the property hereby conveyed over or under the adjoining property EXCEPT AND RESERVED out of the Conveyance hereby made unto the Vendor and the owners and occupiers of the adjoining and neighbouring premises and for the benefit of such premises (and which such premises shall continue to enjoy) all rights of way water light drainage support of walls and other rights easements and privileges which are now and have heretofore been enjoyed or used by such adjoining and neighbouring premises over under or in connection with the property hereby conveyed or which but for the fact that such adjoining and adjacent premises may have heretofore belonged to the same owner would have been so used and enjoyed as rights and easements and in particular full right and liberty at all times hereafter to drain into and through the drains through and under the land hereby conveyed and if and when necessary with workmen and others to go upon the premises hereby conveyed for the purpose of and to open cleanse and repair the said drains but making good any damage which may be occasioned thereby. "

As everything was in order, including the classification of title absolute which is the best title classification to have and is free from any attachments or judgements, Catherine was able to progress with the transaction.

Acting on behalf of the sellers was David Bunn & Co. Solicitors at 35 High St Kings, Birmingham, West Midlands, B14 7BH.

Fridaysmove would like to thank David Bunn & Co. and estate agents Laing and Co. for their professionalism and expertise in dealing with this Conveyancing in Birmingham transaction.