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Purchase of freehold residence: Conveyancing Hastings, East Sussex, TN35

Fridaysmove conveyancing East Sussex team were instructed on the purchase conveyancing for a freehold, for a £181, 000. 00 valued residence, in February 2009.  The location of the property being Hastings, East Sussex.  The local authority for this home being Hastings Council.

We completed the transaction within 78 days of receiving the conveyancing agreement from the owners property lawyer .  This beat the national average of 90 days, considerably.  

The Land Registry Office Copies supplied revealed that the registered owners had owned the property for less than five years and as such, there was a danger that the transfer of the property to the seller could be set aside if it was revealed that the property, within that five year period, was a Transfer at Undervalue.

A right of way was revealed in the office copies, supplied by the Land Registry. Our conveyancing lawyer ensured that the right of way was used without interruption and without causing a nuisance to the registered owners.

The Land Registry documentation revealed that the property was subject to restrictions/rights/covenants, as established in a conveyance – dated 13/08/1878.  It was important that we check with the registered owners conveyancing specialist that these restrictions/covenants had been fully complied with.

Mary Spiteri-Panayi was the property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in East Sussex.  The estate agent's particulars of sale detailing the registered owners conveyancing specialist, was obtained shortly before receiving the conveyancing agreement.

The estate agent was the East Sussex covering branch of John Bray and Sons.  The seller's property lawyer was Young Coles and Langdon.

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