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11:46 AM, 26th July 2021, About 3 months ago

Common repairs in Scotland?

The guidelines are well and good. But none of the owners is willing to participate or respond to my mail. I have followed the procedure as recommended by the Local Council.
1. Got Two estimates.
2. Sent the estimates and survey reports from the builders to all the owners.
3. Opened a separate account to deposit the money.
4. Informed the owners that the repairs are urgent needed to reduce further damage to the building
5. Sent the conditions in the title deeds who is responsible for common repairs.
I live on the topmost flat and it is my flat that is damaged all other owners live in the flats below mine and their flats are not affected by water damage.
According to the council, the majority of the owners should consent to repairs. They do not tell if the majority of the owners do not consent to what an owner should do.... Read More


18:59 PM, 19th January 2021, About 9 months ago

Solicitor sold my property to a fraudster?

The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.

Here is the loophole the fraudster could use to impersonate sell any property in the UK.

The purposes regulation—
The seller's solicitor should take steps to "verify" the seller as follows:
(a) “verify” means verify on the basis of documents or information in either case obtained from a reliable source which is independent of the person whose identity is being verified;
(b)documents issued or made available by an official body are to be regarded as being independent of a person even if they are provided or made available to the relevant person by or on behalf of that person.

The documents supplied by the "fraudster" should be sourced from an independent source. The regulation DOES NOT stipulate that they should be re-checked with the source itself if they are genuine or not. The fraudster solicitor is perfectly right within his profession practice NOT TO cross-check the document. Hence, can say he has followed the regulations and plead innocent.... Read More


10:38 AM, 16th January 2021, About 9 months ago

Solicitor sold my property to a fraudster?

Reply to the comment left by Elana at 15/01/2021 - 11:54
Hi Elana, The fraud happened in Scotland. In Scotland, there is no such thing as "Land registry Alart" database.... Read More