On 23rd May 2007, a client instructed a Phew! Conveyancing solicitor to assist in the purchase of a property located at Empire Square, London. The property was bought by the client for £ 275000. The London Borough of Islington was related to this conveyancing deal.
The conveyancing solicitor carefully inspected the office copy entries and found that the property was Leasehold. The solicitor also assured that the property was occupied by the seller and his immediate family members before the sale. The additional rights passing with the property, the additional rights over the property, as well as the additional restrictive covenants registered against the property are mentioned in the lease.
The conveyancing solicitor also revealed that the property stood in an area which came under the purview of Smoke Control Order and Clean air Act. As per Smoke Control Order, smoke from chimney was not allowed and the Clean air Act did not even allow smoke of any kind from other premises, as well.
Empire Square is not maintained by London Borough of Islington, which means a contribution has to be made towards its development and maintenance. Our Conveyancing Solicitors’ inspection did not reveal any future plans regarding the arrival of new roads or maintenance of the existing roads.
The conveyancing solicitor who appeared for the seller was Stella Currie and the estate agent was Urban Spaces.