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Alex Byard

Alex is a trainee solicitor in the corporate and commercial department at Taylor&Emmet. For more information on this topic email alex.byard@tayloremmet.co.uk or call her on 0114 218 4289.

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  1. Mo
    Mo at | | Reply

    hi,
    I am very confused about my situation with regard to my shared ownership property.
    I currently own 100% share of my house, the house has been bought under the shared ownership scheme, where I initially owned 50%. In February 2015, I purchased the remaining 50%, thus owning 100% and the freehold was automatically transferred to me.
    I am looking to sell this property and move on, however, the land registry document and the lease has a clause about the right of first refusal, now that the government has changed the “rules”, do I still have to honour that clause in the lease? and will the land registry deed also change to reflect what the government has decided?
    I am not sure how to implement the changes to my lease and the registry documents, please could someone advise me. thank you

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