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Purchase of leasehold home: Conveyancing Leigh, Lancashire, WN7

Our conveyancing Lancashire, in September 2009, took instruction on the purchase conveyancing for a 99 year leasehold, for a home in Leigh, Lancashire.  The value was estimated to be £139, 000. 00 – and Wigan Council was the local authority on the home.

A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered – (further details can be viewed in the environmental searches).  Additional conveyancing enquiries were served within the same day of receiving sale documentation (including documentation from the Land Registry).

A risk of natural subsidence was uncovered, also. The Land Registry documentation revealed that the property was subject to restrictions/rights/covenants as set out in a indenture dated 05/06/1923.  It was important that we checked with the registered proprietors conveyancing solicitor that these restrictions had been fully complied with.

Dawn Thomas was the property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Leigh, Lancashire.

The estate agent's sales particulars detailing the registered proprietors conveyancing solicitor was obtained shortly before receiving the sale documentation.

The estate agent was Red Rose Estates (branch covering Leigh).

The seller's conveyancing solicitor in Leigh was TQ Solicitors Limited.

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