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Access over public amenity land

I have recently become aware that a few square feet of land between the pavement and my drive is public amenity land, should this cause any legal or mortgage problems when the time comes to sell my property?

Asked on Nov 19 2011, Selling in Bury St. Edmunds | Report content

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  • When you bought the property your solicitor should have noted this and asked the previous seller to take out an indemnity policy. If not the the next buyer will ask for you to do this so they comply with the lenders Mortgage offer.

    Answered on Nov 21 2011, Report content

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