Row on new neighbour deeds.

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annie08
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Row on new neighbour deeds.

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The land behind us was used for livery stables. The owner had a row over our driveway although to have exercised his right a boundary wall would have to have been demolished. The land was sold for development and there is now one property and up against the boundary wall a garage has been built so the row will not be exercised. Without approaching the developer or the resident I'd like to know if the row is mentioned on the new owners deeds. Can I get the full set of deeds from the Land Registry which would show if the row still exists.
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Yes. It is a public record.
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Many thanks. I didn't want to pay for documents which might not include info about the row.
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Another question Collaborate if you don't mind. The new residents only moved in last June. Is there sometimes a delay in registering the deeds. I got to the payment section and it occurred to me they may not have them yet?
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6 months is normally enough time.

You can check without going on the land registry site by going on zoopla and looking for House prices & values. If the recent sale price is on there your good to go.
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Many thanks. Yes it's on zoopla so I'll go ahead and order the deeds.
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If the transaction is on Zoopla it is most definitely on the Land Registry. Zoopla usually follows around 3 months after the title change has been noted at HMLR, if my understanding is correct.
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Many thanks.
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