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Do you know if your Solicitor has dated the Deed and sent it to the other party's Solicitor? (if indeed you instructed a Solicitor)
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Not done through our solicitor. It was a group water scheem and 4 members signed it as the scheme is no longer in operation.It was a deed given by the land owner .However we realised since that it may effect planning permission for houses which bounds our property.
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Well, I'm afraid that there is no "cooling off period" with such Deeds, and therefore if you have already returned it duly signed, it is a legally binding agreement, unless you returned it with strings attached.
I am sure the Landowner will also have already dated the Deed and his Solcitor may well have already registered it at the Land Registry.
All i can therefor esuggest you do is to contact the landowner and see what the current position is.
I am sorry this is not the answer you were looking for, but it sets out the legal position.
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