Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1280 ar gyfer conveyancing

Leaseholders and Freeholders (15 Mai 2024)

Liam Fox: ...mechanism. Across the country as a whole rent charges are rare, but they do exist in parts of England, such as around Bath, Bristol and Manchester. A real problem can arise when a buyer or their conveyancing solicitor fails to spot their presence in the title deeds. Why? Because rent charges, which were introduced mainly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, were put in place when...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (4th Day): Amendment 93B ( 1 Mai 2024)

the Earl of Lytton: .... It leaves some leaseholders—and their lenders—with permanently impaired assets. Where before there was one market, the BSA creates three tiers of flat ownership, with such complex rules that conveyancers frequently decline instructions and, increasingly, insurers are unwilling to offer professional indemnity cover to practitioners. The Government have placed substantial remediation...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 84 (29 Ebr 2024)

Lord Gascoigne: ...even viewed the property, let alone made an offer. In addition, the measures that we are including in this Bill to require leasehold sales information to be provided to potential sellers mean that conveyancers acting on behalf of sellers will be able to quickly get the detailed information they need to provide to potential purchasers. This would include information about service charges...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 82C (29 Ebr 2024)

the Earl of Lytton: .... In blocks subject to intermediate leases, it is likely that contracts covering everyday management and maintenance would be at risk because there would be no landlord to provide instructions. Conveyancing and lending transactions, which are already under stress, would be paused as there would be no one to process essential documents such as notices, deeds of covenant, landlord...

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (3rd Day): Amendment 64 (29 Ebr 2024)

Baroness Thornhill: .... A significant problem is that homeowners do not have the resources to take the company to court or force it to hold meetings or to get competitive quotes for required work. In many cases their conveyancing solicitor was recommended by the developer, so the initial advice given was not truly independent. Amendment 91 would ensure that residents could take ownership of an estate...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Rivers: Owner Occupation (29 Ebr 2024)

Beth Winter: ...Rural Affairs, pursuant to the Answer of 2 April 2024 to Question 20109 on Rivers: Repairs and Maintenance, whether he has made a recent assessment of the potential merits of reviewing the role of conveyancers in advising on the responsibilities of riparian ownership.

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Committee (2nd Day): Amendment 47 (24 Ebr 2024)

Baroness Taylor of Stevenage: ...to pay for certain non-litigation costs incurred by their landlord when responding to an enfranchisement or lease extension claim. That obviously does not reflect normal practice in residential conveyancing, where each party bears their own costs. I hope that noble Lords will forgive me for explaining our rationale for this amendment in a bit more detail than is customary for me, but it is...

Victims and Prisoners Bill - Report (1st Day): Amendment 2 (16 Ebr 2024)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: ...about their ability to speak English or even their specialisation, and have found themselves referred to a legal team who do not know much about homicide. In one case I came across, they knew about conveyancing property, which was completely inappropriate. After all that, there is a real problem with repatriation of the body, which can be very expensive. Some people have had to resort to...

Written Answers — Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities: Holiday Parks: Marketing (28 Maw 2024)

Lee Rowley: ...to agents who fail to comply. Consumers should make sure they are clear about any restrictions on the property before purchasing, informed by checks on the property title carried out by their conveyancing solicitor before contracts are exchanged.

Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill - Second Reading (27 Maw 2024)

the Earl of Lytton: ...is not the managing agent. Leaseholders unable to contract are further let down by a level of complexity with which even professionals are reluctant to engage. There is a particular problem with conveyancers. While this overshadows some 1.6 million unqualified leases, the construction sector appears to have escaped the bulk of its true responsibilities. This Bill does not address the...

Leasehold Reform and New Homes (28 Chw 2024)

Neil O'Brien: ...this session, Mrs Harris. I thank all hon. Members for their interesting and important contributions during the debate. My hon. Friend the Member for Gravesham (Adam Holloway) raised the issue of conveyancing being done by someone tied to the developer, and the bad incentives that that sets up. The hon. Member for Selby and Ainsty (Keir Mather) welcomed the action on maintenance charges...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: New Clause 35 - Duty to notify purchasers of liability for estate management charges (30 Ion 2024)

Lee Rowley: ...to the measures that we discussed this morning, we are seeking to include in the Bill a requirement that freehold estate management information be provided to potential sellers, meaning that conveyancers acting on behalf of those sellers can quickly get the detailed information that they need to provide to potential purchasers. That could include accounts, if the estate manager is a...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Clause 41 - Limitation of estate management charges: reasonableness (30 Ion 2024)

Matthew Pennycook: ..., as I have said in past debates on the subject in the House, it would appear to be fairly common for residential freeholders not to be notified of their future liability for charges early in the conveyancing process; many learn of their exposure only at the point of completion. Even in instances in which residential freeholders are notified about their future liability in good time, many...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Clause 40 - Estate management charges: general limitations (25 Ion 2024)

Adjourned till Tuesday 30 January at twenty-five minutes past Nine o’clock. LFRB57 Bowlwonder Ltd (further submission) LFRB58 Paul Robertson LFRB59 The Conveyancing Association (supplementary) LFRB60 CommonholdNow

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Clause 12 - Costs of enfranchisement and extension under the LRA 1967 (23 Ion 2024)

Matthew Pennycook: ...to pay for certain non-litigation costs incurred by their landlord when responding to an enfranchisement or lease extension claim. That obviously does not reflect normal practice in residential conveyancing, where each party bears their own costs. The argument for imposing non-litigation costs has always been that in enfranchisement or lease extension claims, a landlord is being forced to...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witness (18 Ion 2024)

...the stated time period. The Government may tell us, “Oh, don’t worry. That means they can’t pass the costs on,” but theoretically I cannot sell my flat without that certificate because the conveyancer is asking for it, so why not have an express duty for them to provide it? To be completely frank, the whole landlord certificate/leaseholder certificate process is an absolute...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witnesses (18 Ion 2024)

Caroline Dinenage: We will now hear oral evidence from Philip Freedman from the conveyancing and land law committee at the Law Society, and Philip Rainey from Tanfield Chambers. We have until 3.10 pm for this session. Could the witnesses introduce themselves for the record?Q

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witness (18 Ion 2024)

Paul Broadhead: Certainly. The first thing to remember is that mortgage lenders are experts in mortgage lending, not in property law—it is down to the conveyancer to advise the borrower of the requirements of the lease and the purchase of the property they are buying. The way I would describe it is that the conveyancer and the surveyor, to an extent, are the lender’s eyes and ears on the...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witnesses (18 Ion 2024)

Bob Smytherman: I think we would certainly welcome improvements in the conveyancing process. One of the things that our members certainly see is that they can get the information from a very specialist leasehold lawyer, which is obviously really helpful, but as in all sectors there are conveyancers out there where people google “conveyance” and think, “Oh, that is just a standard...

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Examination of Witnesses (16 Ion 2024)

Caroline Dinenage: Q We will now hear from Kate Faulkner OBE, the chair of the Home Buying and Selling Group, and Beth Rudolf, the director of delivery for the Conveyancing Association. We have until 4.50 pm for this session. Will the witnesses please introduce themselves for the record, starting with you, Beth?


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