I happen to be the sole recipient of my late mum's will with all property in now in my sole name, including the my former home in Bromham. Conveyancing formalities meant that the Land Registry date was in March. I now wish to sell up. I do know about the CML six month 'rule', meaning my property ownership will be regarded the same way as though I had purchased the property in March. Will no one buy the property for half a year?
The CML handbook instructs solicitors to: "report to us immediately if the owner or registered proprietor has been registered for less than six months." By the strict wording you could be caught by that. Most lenders would take a pragmatic view as this obligation primarily exists to identify the purchase and immediately sell or the quick reselling of property.
We expect to receive a OIP from TSB this week so we know how much we could potentially offer as otherwise we are dependent on web based calculators (which aren't taking into account credit checks etc). Do TSB recommend any Bromham solicitors on the TSB conveyancing panel, or is it better to find our own lawyer?
You will need to appoint Bromham solicitors independently although you'll need to choose one on the TSB conveyancing panel. The solicitor represents both you and TSB through the process.
I am due to exchange contracts on my apartment. I had a double glazing fitted in November 2006, but did not receive a FENSA certificate or Building Regulation Certificate. My purchaser’s mortgage company, Bank of Ireland are being pedantic. The Bromham solicitor who is on the Bank of Ireland conveyancing panel is saying indemnity insurance will be fine but Bank of Ireland are insisting on a building regulation certificate. Why do Bank of Ireland have a conveyancing panel if they don't accept advice from them?
It is probably the case that Bank of Ireland have referred the matter to their valuer. The reason why Bank of Ireland may not want to accept indemnity insurance is because it does not give them any reassurance that the double glazing was correctly and safely installed. The indemnity insurance merely protects against enforcement action which is very unlikely anyway.
I have todaybeen informed that Arc property Solicitors have closed. They conducted my conveyancing in Bromham for a purchase of a leasehold flat 10 months ago. How can I be sure that my home is registered correctly in the name of the former proprietor?
The quickest method to see if the property is registered to you, you can carry out a search of the land registry (£3.00). You can either do this yourself or ask a law firm to do this for you. If you are not registered you can seek help from one of a number of Bromham conveyancing specialists.
Just had an offer accepted on a new build apartment in Bromham. Conveyancing is necessary evil at the best of times but I have never purchased a new build flat before. What sort of enquires would be asked in new build legal work.
Here are examples of a few leasehold new build enquiries that you may expect your new-build leasehold conveyancing in Bromham
Forfeiture - bankruptcy or liquidation must not apply under this provision. Where there is an Undertaking being granted there is the risk of forfeiture of the Headlease subject to relief if one or more of the Underlessees are willing to accept the original Head Lessee’s obligations as otherwise relief will be denied to the Underlessees. The only alternatives are the Head Lessor agreeing not to forfeit the Headlease or the Head Lessee guaranteeing to the Underlessees that it will not be in breach of the Headlease. Please supply a car parking plan. There must be mutual enforceability of lessee’s covenants.
I am looking into buying my first house which is in Bromham and I am already nervous. I couldn't find anything specific about Bromham. Conveyancing will be needed in due course but do you know about the Bromham area? or perhaps some other tips you can share?
Rather than looking online forget looking online you should go and have a look at Bromham. In the meantime here are some basic statistics that we found
What do I do if I am dissatisfied with the property lawyer who undertook my conveyancing in Bromham?
We live in an imperfect world, and is is a fact of life that sometimes things do go wrong. That being said there is recourse where you were dissatisfied with your conveyancing in Bromham. This varies from trying to resolve matters directly with them, through to reporting a conveyancer to their regulator. If you remain unhappy you may consider getting in touch with the Legal Ombudsman.