Manorial Rights.

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SteveW
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Re: Manorial Rights.

Post by SteveW » Fri Jul 13, 2018 12:54 pm

Thanks Bob, call in when you're heading North.
I'm treating it as a minor irritation, I'm sure common sense still has a small foothold in the law.
I would think it can be removed, if not it would be highly unlikely that his lordship would want to, or be able to exercise his "rights" in any way.

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Re: Manorial Rights.

Post by Mike54 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:23 pm

Steve see this link

https://www.markswattsmorse.co.uk/manor ... -property/

Consequently, if you are purchasing a property and there is a Unilateral Notice registered in respect of Manorial Rights, it would be incredibly difficult and highly unlikely that these rights could actually be exercised over the property. There is no evidence to suggest that such a notice will have any effect on the saleability or value of a property. We have also recently acted in the purchase of a property with such a notice registered against the property and our client’s lender was happy to proceed once we had fully explained the legal consequences to them

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Re: Manorial Rights.

Post by chunky butt » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:16 am

Never heard of it.....but I see your point if you want to sell it on, could be a fly in the ointment, in this day and age wouldn't think anyone would want to exercise there right,....... good luck :D

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