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Will a mortgage lender, lend on a property where there is a

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Will a mortgage lender, lend on a property where there is a legal dispute ( legal letters between both parties) on right of way blocked, breach of covenants and trespass which the owner of the property has breached?
Hello. No, probably not. A solicitor has to confirm to the lender that the title is clean and mortgageable, and so if there are any such issues he will not be able to give that confirmation, so they won't lend. Hope this helps.
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