The development of five houses was built in 1982 by a reputable North Norfolk building company, not one of the major/well known outfits but a Norfolk based medium sized operation. According to the Estate Agents the company are still in existence but may well have changed structure/ownership since the house was built. My problem is that I am receiving mixed/conflicting advice. I have looked at case law regarding ex-council house (freehold) and leasehold properties which seem quite straightforward. I will be purchasing the house primarily as a second home but want also to utilise it as a holiday for part of the year so that it becomes more or less self-funding. If doubt remains I have read that I may be able to obtain indemnity insurance as an added protection if anybody were to attempt to enforce the restriction. Even if there is doubt I wonder who could enforce it, in what circumstances, how and would they be likely to succeed? I have looked at a random selection of freehold titles and the clause crops up all the time......on that basis nobody could ever rent their property out as a holiday let...and yet Norfolk (and elsewhere no doubt) is littered with them!?
I am happy to wait in order to obtain an answer from somebody with the right expertise - but I would be grateful for a likely timescale
Can you answer my question please.....yes I am prepared to wait for an answer form suitably qualified person....but how long?
I really need an answer by Monday 19 January 2015
No lets close the question - how do I get a refund please?