posted on Nov, 27 2013 @ 01:01 PM
reply to post by tinner07
Thats the whole point' the deeds must state what is included and what is not, since the properties were built this will be in the deeds, some deeds
go back to the doomsday book.
Imagine you bought a new car and you went to drive it from the showroom and it would not start, after checking there was no engine in the car.
The salesman says the engine belongs to someone else, you would be more than annoyed.
Now imagine you bought a new car and employed a solicitor to do checks that the engine actually came with car and this was agreed and you had it in
As you drive from the garage you are stopped by someone that says thats my engine the rights were granted to me 600 years ago, agreed to it or you
will have to go to court at your own expense.
Prince Charles has millions of £££s all came from the British taxpayer, working people are having to pay legal fees to stop him stealing their
Nothing relates to this in any of the property deeds, if its true it has to be in the deeds, if you cant afford to defend yourself then he can steal