Solicitor in Wakefield completes legal work on freehold purchase

Fridaysmove -approved Solicitor, Simon Cozier, handled the purchase transaction for a residence on Nottingham Close, Robin Hood, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF3 in October 2010.

The seller’s Conveyancing Solicitor and Estate Agent was the Emsleys branch at 65 Commercial Street, West Yorkshire LS26 0QD.

The charges register of the land registry official copy, which contains incumbrances that affect the property such as mortgages, charges and burdensome covenants, revealed the following information:

“A Transfer of the land in this  title and other land dated 2 March 1981 made between (1) The National Coal Board (Vendor) (2) Coal Industry Estates Limited (Purchaser) and (3) George Armitage & Sons Limited (Sub-Purchaser) contains the following covenants: -

WITH the intention and so as to bind (so far as practicable) the property hereby conveyed and any part or parts thereof into whosoever hands the same may come and to benefit and protect any mines and minerals in which the Vendor has any interest and which provide subjacent or lateral support for the said property or any part or parts thereof but not so as to render the Sub-Purchaser personally liable in damages for any breach of covenant committed after the Sub-Purchaser shall have parted with all interest in the property in respect of which such breach shall occur the Sub-Purchaser hereby covenants with the Vendor that no new building structure or works and no additions to any building structure or works shall at any time be erected constructed or placed on or in the said property or any part or parts thereof except in accordance with plans and specifications previously produced by the Sub-Purchaser to the Vendor and containing such reasonable provision for minimising damage caused by subsidence as shall be agreed between the Vendor and the Sub-Purchaser provided that if any dispute shall arise between the Vendor and the Sub-Purchaser as to the reasonableness or sufficiency of such provision such dispute shall in default or agreement be referred to the arbitration of a single arbitrator appointed by the parties hereto or their successors in title or in default of agreement on such appointment of two arbitrators one to be appointed by each of the parties hereto or their successors in title Subject to and in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration Act 1950 or any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof for the time being in force. ”

The local authority district for the Wakefield area is Wakefield Council at the Town Hall, Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2HQ.

The transaction completed on October 21st, 2011.

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