Right of way

Westcoast
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Re: Right of way

Post by Westcoast » Mon Mar 23, 2020 6:47 pm

Hi , the only reference to the letters in the Conveyance state / That we have sole responsibility for the wall A - C
And have Right of way between point A & B
And that a neighbor has the right to inspect the shared sewer that runs between F- G
Thanks

IdefixUK
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Re: Right of way

Post by IdefixUK » Mon Mar 23, 2020 7:04 pm

Westcoast wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 6:47 pm
That we have sole responsibility for the wall A - C
Westcoast,
Might I ask that you let the forum know the exact wording of this part, as it appears in your title deeds?
Thank you.

Regards

arborlad
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Re: Right of way

Post by arborlad » Mon Mar 23, 2020 7:10 pm

Westcoast wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 6:47 pm
And have Right of way between point A & B


If this is the lane/track in question, you can't own that section of it.
arborlad

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Westcoast
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Re: Right of way

Post by Westcoast » Mon Mar 23, 2020 7:41 pm

When we contacted our Solicitor , this is what he sent us //
1. The property benefits from a right of way over the shared access along the area coloured brown between points A and B on that Conveyance plan subject to you paying a proportionate cost towards the expense of maintaining that shared access.

2. Rights are reserved for the owners of the Bennar Farm buildings to enter the property and inspect teh water supply pipeline and main drain marked between points F and G on the plan shown with a blue dotted line.

3. The boundary wall that is marked between points A and C (we are having difficulty locating point C on the plan) will be your sole responsibility to maintain.

The Property Information form confirms that when facing the property from the road the Sellers have maintained the boundaries to the front, left and right hand side with the neighbours being responsible for the rear boundary.

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