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Are there any conveyancers out there who will comply with the wording on the restriction instead of doing what they think.

 

It doesn’t seem to matter how many times the wording is repeated to them, they still say it can’t be done or the restriction holder will have to give permission.

 

I’ve made enquiries with fifteen different solicitors/conveyancers without success.

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We cant recommend as its against the Forums Rules...but here is some information on another thread.

 

https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?432053-Completion-of-house-sale-with-restrictions-solicitors-saying-debts-need-to-be-settled

 

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Thanks for the prompt reply. I was just interested to know if anyone had managed to complete on a sale with the wording on the restriction complied with to the letter.

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yes we've certainly had lots of people here ask the question and many succeeded.


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I know of a really good solicitor ... but don't forget, if the standard form K has been modified, it will be more difficult. Dookist

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I know of a really good solicitor ... but don't forget, if the standard form K has been modified, it will be more difficult. Dookist

 

Hi, I’d like to speak to your solicitor if possible.

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Hi, I’d like to speak to your solicitor if possible.

Regards

 

The issue is only in part your conveyancing solicitor / licenced conveyancer.

They then have to persuade the buyer / their conveyancer to allow the purchase and notify the hiolder of the Form K Restriction. Many will be risk averse, and some will, as a result, simply look for a different property.

It isn't so much an actual risk, but their perception of risk.

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I know of a really good solicitor ... but don't forget, if the standard form K has been modified, it will be more difficult. Dookist

 

Site rules don't allow recommending solicitors, Dookist.

 

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