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A property is sold in which there is a schedule of

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A property is sold in which there is a schedule of conditions. It prohibits the new purchaser from building to the north of the building without the written permission of the vendor. Hoeever a large building is built some eight years later without the
written permission of the vendor. How long does the original vendor have to object before the new building is accepted as legitimate?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
HI there. I will try and help
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
Where a breach of covenant breached the limitation on enforcement is 12 years.
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
that is the case where a covenant is in a Deed. If in a contract then it is only 6 years.
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
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