Fridaysmove Conveyancing Lawyers.
Kilburn and West Hampstead
London North West, NW6
Conveyancing for the Purchase of a Leasehold Property in July 2008
Our conveyancing Kilburn and West Hampstead team took instruction on the purchase of a 125 year leasehold for a property valued at £607, 125, located at 31 Sumatra Road, West Hamstead, London, NW6. Mary Spiteri-Panayi was our property lawyer in charge of conveyancing in Kilburn and West Hampstead, Camden, North West London.
Conveyancing solicitor for the seller: http://www.blasermills.co.uk" target="_blank">Blaser Mills – DX4214 Harrow 2. Camden, North West London, Kilburn and West Hampstead.
Local authority for this area is http://www.camden.gov.uk/" target="_blank">Camden Council Borough Of London . Additional conveyancing enquiries were served within the same day of receiving sale documentation (including documentation from the Land Registry). The Land Registry documentation found that there was a missing conveyance. Steps were taken to make sure this would not affect the property, or the taking out indemnity insurance.
The estate agent: Greene and Co branch covering Kilburn and West Hampstead.
Your conveyancing lawyer will assume that you are proposing that the property you are purchasing is to be used for residential purposes only. In the event that you have a different proposed use for the property then you will need to raise this with your conveyancing lawyer or solicitor.
If you believe works have been undertaken of either an extension or structural nature that may have required Planning Permission or Building Regulation Approval, but these have not been supplied or disclosed, you will need to let your conveyancing solicitor or property lawyer know immediately.
Whilst conveyancing searches may reveal breaches of Planning Permission or Building Regulation Approval, they will not reveal whether works have been commissioned without formal consent. It is your responsibility to highlight any such works to us to your conveyancing lawyer. In addition to extensions, this could include, for example, the removal of structural walls or the conversion of a garage or loft space to create additional living accommodation.
From April 2002 even the glass used in re-glazed windows should comply with Building Regulations requirements. Please note that it is unlikely that your conveyancing lawyer will be responsible for checking that extensions or alterations have appropriate Planning Permission or Building Regulation Approval unless you specifically make them aware of the existence of such matters.
If you would like to know more about conveyancing matters please feel free to contact us now for more information at Fridaysmove conveyancing Lawyers, Kilburn and West Hampstead, North West London, NW6.