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I'm buying a small piece of waste garden from my neighbour

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I'm buying a small piece of waste garden from my neighbour for £1000. The land registry are telling me it does not appear to comply with the restriction in the register (17.04.1998) Restriction: except under an order of the register no transfer or lease by the proprietor of the land or by the proprietor of any registered charge is to be registered unless made in accordance with section 157 of the housing act 1985. What do I do.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Property Law
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
Hi there I will try and help. Have you paid for the land?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
No not yet
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
HI thank. This restriction is intended to prevent people form outside the area from buying up local land within a National Park. If you live and work in the area and have done for over 3 years then you should be OK. You will therefore need to write to the local authority (who will probably by the "Landlord" of the land - and if this is someone else then you need to contact them) who should give you consent under this Act of parliament. You can then proceed to purchase the land
Expert:  Matt Jones replied 2 years ago.
Hopefully I have helped. If so kindly leave positive feedback so I can be paid for my time. the question wont close and if you have any follow up question late you can always post
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