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I do have copies of neighbours title deeds and both the gallery and one of the neighbours deeds refer to this right in common
more fundamentally i dont understand why our title deeds, written in 2005, refer to the right in common if the ground was purchased from the crown estate in 1983 (and this deed makes no reference to any right in common)?
i would like to do this but will need to be tomorrow morning
and i'm not sure how mediafire.com works?
Here are the title deeds for Watersside
also the 1983 disposition when the Crown Estate sold the land to the Jamiesons. I am still trying to establish whether this transaction actually included the seawall
I don't understand why the Waterside Title deeds refer to rights in common with the neighbours
I do hope the deeds are sufficiently legible for you to read
I have just sent title deeds thru via [email protected]
2 more emails to follow
Has anything at all come through?
I have just seen that the server couldnt deliver at least one of the emails to [email protected]?
is there another address or shall i just try again
I have tried again and agan the server has returned it
I have just sent thru 2 pages of the 1983 document to [email protected] They are pdfs. Please let me know when/if they arrive and I will send the rest
any sign yet - i sent them a couple of hours ago
Since I cannot manage to send you the title deeds might i ask you the question another way
Various people have looked at the Deeds and agreed that they do not accurately reflect the current situation.
In the case of Waterside Title Deeds how do I go about doing this? Do I need a solicitor or can I go direct to the Land Registry?
What can we do if the neighbours whose title deeds overlap with ours do not respond and/or do not wish to appoint a solicitor?
What court would it be?
Would I need to initiate this?