Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
Have you seen the "Office Copy Entries" relating to the property?
This is a standard part of Conveyancing and refers to matters affecting the property.
These are called Covenants
Covenants are rules which regulate the way land can be used, or impose obligations on the land owner, and are in addition to the rules created by statute, such as planning law. They are usually imposed by the original land owner for the benefit of any adjoining land which he has retained, or else by the developer for the benefit of the remainder of the estate.
You can find them in Part C of the Office Copy entries.
The phrase you are concerned about simply means that you promise to abide by them
I hope that this is of assistance - please ask if you need further details
The Indemnity Insurance is an entirely separate matter - nothing to do with this Transfer - but ye sit is about protecting you from any further claims