• What Does This Mean?

    By Guest on 10th Jun 2014

    we are hoping to buy a property with a big garden the estate agent believes that the land is listed a paddock land - i have looked at the title deeds and it reads like this
    A Conveyance of the land in this title and other land
    dated 2 March 1970 made between (1) Margaret Bunn (the Vendor) and (2)
    Joseph Frederick Teden and Marjorie Joan Teden (the Purchasers)
    contains the following covenants:-
    "THE Purchasers hereby covenant with the Vendor as follows:-
    Not to use the property hereby conveyed or any building erected or to
    be hereafter erected thereon for any purpose other than as a private
    dwellinghouse and outbuildings for use in connection with the business
    of a nurseryman and market gardener and not to sell any building
    erected or hereafter to be erected thereon separate from the property
    (20.06.1989) The land is subject to all matters contained in a
    Conveyance dated 24 January 1986 of land adjoining the Eastern boundary
    of the land in this title made between (1) Joseph Frederick Teden and
    (2) John Edward Teden and Carol Amy Teden.
    NOTE: Neither the original Deed nor a certified copy or examined
    abstract thereof was produced on first registration.
    3 (24.10.2005) REGISTERED CHARGE dated 7 October 2005.
    4 (05.12.2007) Proprietor: LLOYDS BANK PLC (Co. Regn. No. 2065) of
    Registrations, Secured Assets, Barnett Way, Gloucester GL4 3RL.

    Can you tell me if this is anything to do with the paddock land? we are hoping to use the some of the land for paddock and some for garden



  • 1 Answers

    By Guest on 26/07/2014

    There is nothing in the above to prevent you using the land as a paddock unless you intend doing so commercially which would not be permitted.

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