Part of the process includes searching for land, which would disclose a great deal about the property you are trying to purchase before exchanging contracts. They can recognise any concerns, such as current legal conflicts, restrictions on zoning, irrigation, access, and any problems affecting the land, such as subsidies caused by mining, flooding hazards, and any land pollution.
Your conveyance professional will manage any legal issues that arise as a result of any surveys that are undertaken. Sam Conveyancing are some of the best at getting these House Surveys done.
Searches will include the local authority and other organisations, with searches managed in a number of ways by various local authorities. In a matter of days, some may turn around inquiries, while others can take a number of weeks. When you are ready to hit the exchange point, this can be frustrating.
These searches are broken down into two components: LLC1 and CON29. Information of the building may be revealed by the former, such as whether it is in a protected area or a smoke control zone or is subject to or listed in a tree protection area.
The CON29 quest will find out if there are any potential developments that may have an impact on the property, such as new roads, polluted land results, and zoning decisions and development laws that could affect the property you are buying.
Further information from the CON29 search, including notices on completion and land maintenance, and information on environmental and pollution issues, may be needed.