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- Sun Aug 18, 2013 11:05 am
- Forum: Boundaries
- Topic: Separate Entrances - Negating Prior Joint Access Arrangement
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1482
Look for a licensed conveyancer, rather than a firm of solicitors, as these are usually cheaper.
- Sat Aug 17, 2013 11:52 pm
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: Are householders legally required to recycle?
- Replies: 26
- Views: 5640
Ha ha, good for you! You don't have to use council waste services but cannot refuse (pun intended!) their bins! How does that work then?!
If the fence was replaced centrally where the wall was, it is a party fence and the neighbour has gifted you an interest in it. You can attach things to it, paint it, etc. You are under no obligation to maintain this fence though.
Do the deeds state anything regarding usage? If usage for visitors, deliveries, all purposes, etc. is allowed, then placing a lock on the gate would probably be considered substantial interference.
In answer to ownership the deeds show that the boundary is split by this fence Not sure what you mean by this. Possibly a party fence? generally within the area the standard is you own the left hand fence. There is no standard or convention. I'll check the deeds again though. In the absence of any ...
- Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:40 pm
- Forum: Rights of Way
- Topic: right of way on title register not accepted and blocked
- Replies: 69
- Views: 10258
Ask your solicitor why he is pussyfooting around. Your rights "to pass and repass at all times and for all purposes" are stated clearly on the deeds and you do not have to give any such assurances or notice.
- Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:23 pm
- Forum: Boundaries
- Topic: liability questions around drainage
- Replies: 10
- Views: 1983
Is it possible the concrete lined "gap" filled with cobbles is some sort of French drain? Hello - it's slopes down from the edge of the patio to under the fence so it only drains away from our house I'm afraid! You said the fence has a concrete gravel board so how does it slope under the fence? Doe...
No link to a specific charity. It is in his signature (see page 1 of this thread).Conveyancer wrote:If you have benefited from advice on this site please consider contributing to a cancer charity.