Hi I will try and help
Ok one sec please
so whom did you contact originally to ask for permission? was it Harpers Builders?
Did you get my answer Matt - I took ages replying enclosing document links but I cant see my answer in the summary????
here are the covenants:-
we have not asked anyone permission fro anything yet and dont intend to but dont want a neighbour to object after erecting fence trying to enforce a covenant - i want to be sure we wont ahve any comeback
Dear Mr Moreton,
Following discussions with the Board of Directors and where we have the given authority I can confirm that Harper Group Construction Limited (formerly known as J. Harper & Sons (Blackheath) Limited, company registration no: 182455) would be prepared to remove each restrictive covenant held in Title No HW57905 for a fee of £250 per covenant. We have no records relating to the company J. Harper & Sons (Estates) Limited so you may need to seek advice from your solicitors regarding this company.
We trust that this serves your purpose and look forward to hearing from you in due course.
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Thanks Matt - No Rush
Thanks for this detailed reply.
Point 2 - Are you suggesting then that J. Harper (leominster) Ltd are happy to take my money but don't have the authority to remove the covenant from the deeds - suggesting they are happy to make a quick buck out of the circumstances?
Point 4 & 6 - As far as I am aware Allan Harper is dead so I guess he wouldn't be interested in any benefit from enforcing a covenant!
Point 4 - As far as submitting plans - as well as getting planning permission from the council, do you believe that Harpers Leominster would have to approve the plans also?
Thanks once again for your expert advice here.
If we were to buy an indemnity policy then, would we, in your opinion, be safe to state the we had not contacted the 'beneficiary' of any covenant contained in the deeds as we have not attempted to contact Allan Harper directly?
Is it possible J Harper (Leominster) Ltd could have received the benefit (in his will) of covenants Allan Harper made when he was principle? In which case I would be not telling the truth I suppose.
Thanks for your advice Matt - have a nice day.