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.

 

Easily Sussing Out Wayleaves & Agreements With Services Like Utilities

wayleaves agreements property management guideA typical scenario you come across with mainly commercial properties is a utility supplier wanting permission to trail cables into the property. It could be for an ever-faster internet or phone line, and it all needs to happen quickly for a new occupier at the premises.

But it could also be for, say, a communal TV-supply to an apartment block, and wanting to beef-up the provision for perhaps a new resident who doesn’t have permission to have a satellite dish outside the property.

In the rush of things and slickness of these providers, it can appear to be a simple sign-the-dotted-line, and they will do the rest. That might well be the case, but the trick of good property management is to make sure all eventualities are covered in case...

Read more ...

Write comment (0 Comments)

How To Get FREE Land Ownership Through ‘Adverse Possession’ Rights

adverse possession rights property management guideThis is probably one of the most too-good-to-be-true situations that you can come across within property management; to have a legal right to have the ownership of a piece of land and property for nothing. It sounds like you’ve won the property lottery, and you end up with a new title for a piece of real estate that you pay nothing for – very nice.
 
This is through the legal principle of ‘adverse possession’ and is completely legitimate. Of course there are set criteria and procedures, but the gist of it is to help a party who has been effectively using and treating land and property like their own for a number of years, giving them the right of the ability to inherit the land ownership.
 
It may be a whole property, maybe a...

Read more ...

Write comment (0 Comments)

When Leases Don’t Include Loft Space

roof loft space property management guideImagine buying a top-floor apartment and your delight when you discover a loft hatch in, say, the apartment’s entrance hall. You ask the seller and they confirm that it is ideal extra storage space where you can leave items like your Christmas tree and old books, a therefore valuable space compared to lower-floor apartments. Even better if the price appears to be the same as lower-floor flats, but this top-floor one has a bonus loft area to access.
 
The price is agreed, and solicitors are instructed to proceed with legals and complete. The ownership is probably through a long leasehold interest, which in principle just needs transferring or assigning over to the new owner. 
 
But alas, someone may quite rightly pick up...

Read more ...

Write comment (0 Comments)