Freehold Coveyance during March 2008.
Fridaysmove conveyancing Bethnal Green team conducted the purchase for a freehold on a home valued at £410, 000, located at Patriot Square, Bethnal Green, East London, E2.
The local is http://www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/" target="_blank">Tower Hamlet Council . A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered. Additional conveyancing enquiries were served on the same day.
The Land Registry found there was a right of way affecting this home. This means: A right which gives a person access across certain property (Usually land owned by someone else). Our conveyancing lawyer found it was used without interruption and without causing a nuisance to the registered proprietors. The property was subject to restrictions/rights/covenants as set out in a transfer dated 08/03/2002, checks were made to see if been fully complied with.
A restrictive covenant: This is an Encumbrance within the Title Deeds that is attached to the land. It may have an expiry date or it may state that some of the covenants are not to expire and consequently, you should be aware of the effect it my have on your use (including future development plans) of the property.
The Seller's Property Information Form (SPIF) as supplied by the registered proprietors was more than two months old, it was then refreshed.
Michelle Francis was Fridaysmove property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets, East London.
The estate agent was the http://www.foxtons.co.uk" target="_blank">Foxtons branch covering Bethnal Green.
The seller's conveyancing solicitor: http://www.vivash-hunt.co.uk" target="_blank">Vivash Hunt Solicitors – DX200804 Worcester Park. Tower Hamlets, East London.
If you would like more information about conveyancing or have any questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact us now at Fridaysmove conveyancing Lawyers, Bethnal Green, East London, E2.