Forgotten your password? Firstly the LLC1 official requisition of search , which discloses the registered entries affecting the property. Entries appearing may be conditional planning consents, conservation area, tree preservation orders, Council grants that may need to be repaid, agreements and identification of the property as a building of special architectural or historical interest. All of these and many more entries place some kind of a restriction on the property or area that the property is situated within. Secondly the CON29 enquiries of the local authority , this form consists of a number of predetermined questions concerning the following areas:.
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You can download the guidance from this page but the forms are only available through third party suppliers. We've provided links to the suppliers' websites and not directly to the forms, as you may need to create an account with the supplier first. While care has been taken to make sure the forms and guidance notes are accurate, up-to-date and useful, the Law Society will not accept any legal liability in relation to them.
If you have any questions about forms or guidance, email us. To request information held by a local authority about a property. They may provide information that could affect future use or development of the property, or impose financial burdens. This information could include:. Optional questions for local authorities, for example completion notices, noise abatement and land maintenance notices.
The notes have been updated to take account of the changes to the legislation on compulsory purchase orders in 3. To provide information on past, present or future underground and surface coal mining activity for any property or site in a coal mining or past coal mining area. Following the guidance is not mandatory, and the notes are not legal advice. Our property community offers members access to CPD-accredited events, best practice and advice from specialist residential and commercial practitioners.
CON29 forms 27 September Print this page. CON29 forms are used in conveyancing to request information from the local authority. CON29 Enquiries of local authorities To request information held by a local authority about a property. They are intended to provide guidance to: solicitors and conveyancers when interpreting replies local authorities when replying to CON29 and CON29O enquiries of local authorities The notes have been updated to take account of the changes to the legislation on compulsory purchase orders in 3.
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