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Conveyancing In Ilkeston Q & A's


Do your lawyers a lot of experience at the conveyancing of auction properties in Ilkeston?

Yes - Our firm is able to work with auction buyers and sellers. Our auction team solicitors have previously worked for many successful bidders at local Ilkeston property auctions like Acuitus, Allsop (Commercial), Allsop (Residential), Auction House London, Award Property, Barnett Ross, Baxtons, Brendons Auctioneers, Countrywide Property Auctions and Drivers Norris.

Adept buyers always get a lawyer as fast as they can so there is time for a thorough investigation of the property's legal title in advance of the auction.

Subsequently, following the auction your now prepared lawyer is thoroughly ready for finishing the purchase inside a as tight time frame as usually required .

Do we need searches for chancel liability? We are purchasing a Ilkeston house near a 1600s priory.

Owners of property in a neighbourhood near nearby church land may be required to cover the cost of repairs. This is referred to as chancel repair liability. Liability has the potential to impact the value of a property, but insurance is available should an obligation to fund repairs be enforced. Church properties in Ilkeston which may give rise to chancel liability include Holy Trinity, St John the Evangelist and St Mary the Virgin.

What individual conveyancing searches does my Ilkeston property lawyer conduct for a Ilkeston property?

The conventional conveyancing protocol will be to get Local Authority (personal or official), Drainage and Water Search, Environment Search and Gypsum Mining Search and, depending on certain criteria, specific searches, which may include a Official Search of whole without priority.

At what point should you instruct a conveyancer to handle our purchase?

If you use a solicitor offering a 'no move, no fee' guarantee, the earlier in the process you can instruct a solicitor, the better. Instructing a conveyancing firm early for a purchase enables your offer may be taken more seriously if you already have a solicitor instructed, or, if you are selling a property, documents can be prepared earlier, considerably accelerating the whole process.

Will the report on title prepared by the Ilkeston property solicitor detail the relevant rates of council tax for a property before exchange?

A solicitor will speak to the relevant Broxtowe local authority to discover the relevant council tax rates, which should be written in the conveyancing report on title. Correct charges for residents of Ilkeston are detailed at the Broxtowe local authority site. At the time of writing on 27 February 2013 rates for all bands are:

  • Band A - £1,076.00
  • Band B - £1,255.00
  • Band C - £1,435.00
  • Band D - £1,614.00
  • Band E - £1,973.00
  • Band F - £2,331.00
  • Band G - £2,690.00
  • Band H - £3,228.00

What environmental concerns will contaminate land in Ilkeston. Are these thoroughly investigated?

Ilkeston property would be contaminated by numerous natural and human-influenced issues. Contaminants like a proximate telecommunications base station will be considered as part of the environmental searches. Grove Farm Tip, Lowes Lane, Derbyshire, DE7 4PE is one such potential cause of contamination in Ilkeston.

What can be done about trees with TPOs if they are cutting out the light into the house?

Tree Preservation Orders (or TPOs) are legal protections for individual trees, which means you are prohibited from pruning, cutting or removing the plant without the formal consent of the local authority. There are certain caveats such as whether it is causing an immediate danger to life, but the local authority will still need to be informed.

As a homeowner, you have a number of rights, including Right to Light: that is, you should expect natural daylight to enter your property through windows without being blocked (again there may be caveats which will be unearthed in the conveyancing). If a tree with a TPO has grown so much that it is blocking out light, you can apply to the local authority for permission to prune the tree sufficiently to return your Right to Light. It becomes more complex if the tree in question is on a neighbour’s property, and you should discuss any resulting costs with them.

Homeward Legal's solicitors have years of experience in dealing with all sorts of legal issues including TPOs, providing you with practical guidance and help. We are best placed to help you with your move, so call our team on 0800 038 6699 today.