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I have written in my deeds by the original developer that written

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I have written in my deeds by the original developer that written permission is required before erecting and outside buildings. This is going back to the 60's, we have just sold our house after owning it for 42 years and have been told that because of this clause we have to take out an indemnity insurance for the new owner. Is this information correct?

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What did you put up outbuildings that breached the clause?

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When did you put up (or were they put up) the outbuildings that are in breach of the covenant?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

The conservatory was in the late eighties, the greenhouse and shed in the nineties.