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Purchase of freehold dwelling: Maryland Bank, Amber Hill, Lincolnshire, PE20 – Conveyancing in

In April 2008 Fridaysmove conveyancing lawyers Lincolnshire team were handling the purchase conveyancing for a freehold for a dwelling valued at around £367, 000. 00 located at Maryland Bank, Amber Hill, Lincolnshire, PE20. This home is in the local authority of Boston Council . A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered – further details can be viewed in the environmental searches. Detailed conveyancing enquiries were faxed within the same day of receiving draft contract documentation (including Transfer Deeds, Standard Conditions of Sale, replies to Requisitions on Title). The conveyancing searches revealed that the property was at risk of natural flooding (as shown on area environmental searches). We needed to check with the registered owners whether or not the property had ever suffered from flooding as well as make sure that the insurance would be available to cover the risk of flooding. A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered – further details can be viewed in the environmental searches. Alyson Stevenson was the property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Lincolnshire, East Midlands. The estate agent's sales memorandum detailing the registered owners conveyancing lawyer was obtained shortly before receiving the draft contract documentation. The estate agent was the Urban Spaces branch covering Lincolnshire. – Buss Murton Solicitors – DX 38950 Cranbrook. East Midlands, Lincolnshire – Conveyancing – freehold : Lincolnshire

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