Bromley Conveyancing Solicitor Sarah McGregor assisted the purchasers of a freehold dwelling on Kingsway, Petts Wood, Bromley, BR5, in October 2010.
The land registry official copies revealed a lengthy schedule of restrictive covenants which had to be interpreted by Sarah and brought to the attention of the purchasers. Sarah also had to confirm that works carried out by the vendors and previous owners had complied with the said restrictions.
Below are details of some of the stipulations that were referred to in the document:
- No caravan house on wheels other than poultry houses or other structures to be used in connection with the industries of poultry farming, horticulture fruit growing or agriculture shall be placed on any plot or part of the estate nor shall any temporary building or erection be placed or built thereon without the vendors consent in writing first obtained. No hoardings or advertisement shall be erected except the usual ‘To be Let’ or ‘For Sale’ boards.
- No building erected upon the premises hereby assured shall at any time be used as a public house, hotel, beer house, wine or beer shop or otherwise for the sale of intoxicating liquors for consumption either on or off the premises or as a club where such liquors may be sold, consumed, or supplied but this restriction shall be without prejudice to the generality of any other restriction herein contained.
- No noisy, noisome or offensive trade should be carried on upon the property thereby assured and no factory, public house, beer house, asylum, hospital, shelter or convalescent home for infectious diseases should be erected thereon.
Acting on behalf of the vendors was Clarkson Wright and Jakes at Valiant House, 12 Knoll Rise, Bromley, BR6 0PG.
The transaction completed according to schedule, with details from JDM estate agents (38 High Street, Bromley, Kent, BR1 1EA) received by Sarah shortly before the final exchange of contracts.
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