Leases & Titles

blog yellow circle pmgHere are various blog resources related to all forms of leases, titles, and legal documentation involved with property interests. Whether a straight forward lease agreement or complicated legal documentation, here is help to understand what you're trying to achieve and then practically how to easily do this.

 

Some Creative (& Advanced) ‘Property-to-Property’ Agreements

property agreements property management guideSometimes you come across some issues between different landowners that need some careful legal documentation to get things all clearly laid out.

This is not for the faint-hearted, and requires advanced legal-help and some out-the-box thinking.

Therefore unfortunately as you try and sift through the issues to see what needs doing, you can easily get too bogged down with standard property management ways that just won’t cut the mustard here.

So the regular use of, say, leases and licences often just won’t suffice, as you’re not in a landlord-tenant situation, and one party is not necessarily actually using the other land to benefit from this.

A Clearer Example

So let’s take an example property where there is a row of offices in a terrace...

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How to Easily Unleash ‘Restrictive Covenants’ With Property and Land

restrictive covenants property management guideYou don’t actually come across these too often, particularly within property management, but when you do they can cause real problems – these are restrictive covenants.

They’re a binding obligation linked with the actual land title which obliges only certain uses or purposes on this land and property, for example a house having a restriction for only one dwelling place when it is desired to build on the garden. Hence when land is being sold, these things can come to light through solicitors and cause problems with deals completing.

Although property management is then looking after interests afterwards, it’s important to understand the basics of these issues to at least ask the right questions at the outset and ideally as part of any...

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Why to be Wary of Removing a Joint-Tenant Name From a Lease

joint names lease property management guideYou sometimes have two people’s names on lease of a property interest, in actual fact sometimes even more. They’re maybe married or partners living together, or possibly business colleagues with a commercial property. And sometimes they may even be a company rather than individual name.

However many names you’re dealing with, there may be a request to have one of these removed, often when a lease is renewed or possibly even beforehand. Upon first impressions this might seem all okay, with them being good payers and possibly no actual changes even to the occupation of the property, just a technicality of changing a name on the tenancy.

You need to tread carefully though, as things are not always what they seem. Even in legitimate cases...

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