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Conveyancing In Brent Cross Q & A's

Is contaminated land a problem in Brent Cross?

Residential property will be contaminated by a broad range of natural and human-influenced issues. Contaminants including landfill sites and other land contamination should be considered as part of the appropriate search.

Which local authority looks after Brent Cross?

Brent Cross is located in London Borough of Barnet Council, North London Business Park (NLBP), Oakleigh Road South, London, N11 1NP, Call: 020 8359 2000

It seems that cobalt soil contamination may be an issue in Brent Cross. Please advise.

There are legislative rules imposed to manage soil contamination. Metal contamination of soil in Brent Cross is more likely to occur near waste treatment sites. Data on other contaminants, like polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) and groundwater contamination, will also be included in an environmental search.

Does the conveyancing solicitor in Brent Cross order any searches on the London forties end-of-terrace home I am intending to purchase?

If taking out a mortgage lender will expect a solicitor to get at least the following Local Authority Search, Drainage Search (Con29DW or personal) and Environment Search,, and possibly area-specific searches for instance SIM Search.

If I’m renting out rooms in my house, do I need to appoint a solicitor?

No, you don’t, because there is no legal imperative for you to do so. However, it’s not as straightforward as simply leasing out a room to a renter because there are certain provisions that must be met in order to protect you as the renter and the person renting the room.

This depends on the room and where it is in the property, state of the plumbing, insurance, and a number of other factors. You’ll also need to draw up a tenancy agreement to ensure demarcation and rights for both parties. While you won’t necessarily need a solicitor involved, it’s worth contacting a letting agency who will have the experience and knowledge to ensure you have everything in place. Be aware that any advice you seek from professionals may come with a fee, so it would be worth shopping around first.