Conveyancing Defects and Title Indemnity Insurance - Clutton Cox Solicitors

January 13, 2014
http://www.CluttonCox.co.uk Conveyancing Defects: The Solutions Are Out There! So Your Conveyancing Solicitor has identified a Conveyancing problem on the house you are buying: There may have been a breach of a restrictive (onerous) covenant (condition) relating to the property. In an ideal world, your Conveyancing Solicitor would have the time and the resource to fix the problem. It may require further deeds of rectification or variation. A Statutory Declaration, from a knowing person, could be obtained, or when all else fails, an application to a Court or Tribunal for a ruling on status of the defect. In the real world, when your sale or purchase is linked to a series or a chain of transactions, the pressures are such that time to investigate an alternative remedy is limited or too costly. That's where Title Idemnity Insurance may have a role to play. Watch the video and then get in touch with us info@cluttoncox.co.uk
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