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Is it unusual for plots of land with planning permission, not to have a legal pack from an estate agent? Do they just expect you to check the council's planning permission and documentation? Is there a minimum requirement that should be included in some sort of legal pack from the vendor? 

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No. As always, the best advice is caveat emptor [ = 'let the buyer beware'].

The vendor can sell in the usual way, without depositing any pack in the hands of EA.

But obviously the purchaser's solicitors will need from the vendor's solicitor things like:

a. contract of sale;

b. evidence of V's ownership;

c. V's  replies to the Law Society standard questionnaires (forms TA6 re property, TA7 re leasehold (if it is), TA10 re contents);

d. Landlord's replies to the standard questionnaire form LPE1, if the property is a flat; and

e. copies of all statutory permissions/consents available.

 

 

Edited by Jeffrey Shaw
Typographical inexactitude.

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Posted (edited)

Thank you for your prompt reply, Jeffrey. 

Edited by poppet2

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