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SillyFruit · 05/07/2022 19:52

Can anyone explain this to me please

EXCEPT AND RESERVING unto the Vendors and their successors in title
all such rights easements quasi-rights and quasi-easements (if any) as
may now be used or enjoyed in connection with any adjoining or
neighbouring property of the Vendors over the property hereby conveyed
SUBJECT to such rights easements quasi-rights and quasi-easements (if
any) as may now be used or enjoyed by persons other than the Vendors in
connection with any adjoining or neighbouring property and in
particular the property known as Number 2 and 6 Montague Street Reading
aforesaid over the property hereby conveyed

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seemsikeaniceday · 05/07/2022 20:12

Is there a shared drive where the two houses own 1/2 each or a pathway over the properties? There appears to be a beneficial and subjective easements so for example the house you are buying has a right of way to use 1/2 of the drive owned by the neighbours and vice versa.

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SillyFruit · 06/07/2022 08:52

Thank you. I was thinking something like that. Or right of way through garden to access theirs.

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seemsikeaniceday · 06/07/2022 09:43

Usually there is a plan that shows the ROW/easements.

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JennyMule · 09/07/2022 10:22

Ask the solicitor or licensed conveyancer who is acting for the you in the transaction to explain the implications of this to you in writing. No-one on here, even those legally qualified, can give you advice that you can rely upon.

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bilbodog · 09/07/2022 10:26

Is it a terraced property and two of your neighbours have rights to cross your back garden to access theirs? Quite common in some situations.

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