9:40 AM, 25th October 2021, About 2 years ago 5
Hi, any advice would be appreciated. I am selling a flat in a small development. The buyer’s solicitor has asked for proof that the Community Infrastructure Levy was paid.
As far as I know, this is payable by the landowner or developer at the start of the build. They are implying, if it has not been paid, it could be passed on to leaseholders.
The Council is not responding, they are slow at the best of times.
I am not quite sure how to counter this, as both solicitors are insisting this is a possible problem.
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