Jane rees Rees

Registered with Property118.com
Tuesday 4th April 2017

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 6

Jane rees Rees

11:07 AM, 20th October 2020
About 3 months ago

Extension wall built too close?

We have a similar problem currently. We have been advised that the land could be ours due to adverse possession. We are trying to avoid a legal dispute at all costs so have put nothing in writing and trying to sort it amicably. We have also looked at the title deeds downloadable on the government website and the neighbour has had a surveyor round to advise on the lines.

On a separate occasion, in the past, a neighbour with a personal vendetta insisted on a party wall dispute, the consultant was actually very useful as they look at everything objectively and act as the go between, saving any long term legal wrangling.

Hope it gets sorted out.... Read More

Jane rees Rees

17:52 PM, 10th July 2020
About 7 months ago

Help! Restrictive Covenant

We had an issue with a restrictive covenant recently. We found the name Andrew Francis on this site, he is a leading authority on the subject and has written a book widely used by property lawyers. We actually spoke to his partner based in Cheltenham Jonathan Kenwright who was generous with his time and super helpful. Would highly recommend this team. He offers a free consultation.
Hope this helps someone else.... Read More

Jane rees Rees

11:13 AM, 6th December 2019
About A year ago

Selective Licencing - 1 room is 10cm too small?

I had the same situation and moved the door way back into the hallway. So now some of the hallway is part of the bedroom which I put hooks and a long shelf down. Obviously you may not have a hallway to do this. In our case moving a doorway was a lot less work than moving a wall.... Read More

Jane rees Rees

11:04 AM, 28th July 2017
About 4 years ago

Consultation Testimonials

Mark and his team are very professional and transparent.
We have obtained non-statutory clearance s162 TCGA 1992 using the BICT process. We would not hesitate to recommend Mark and his advisors they guide you through the process with very clear advice. Our accountant was also very impressed with Mark and his professionalism. We are now continuing to work with his team.... Read More

Jane rees Rees

17:37 PM, 28th April 2017
About 4 years ago

General Election 8th June - Who on earth do landlords vote for?

The Conservative party who are meant to reward hard work and enterprise have let down landlords badly. It is very, very tempting not to vote Conservative after Osbourne's ill thought out changes. However it has been pointed out that protest votes to UKIP may well give Labour a majority and Corbyn would get in, not UKIP. Labour believe that the PRS has no role to play in housing. If they get in there would be a lot of policies implemented against private landlords, the minimum would be something like rent controls which they are on record saying they would like to be introduced. Conservative is probably the only way to vote if you do not want a Labour government.... Read More