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Old 15-01-2017, 12:54 PM
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I hope someone can help me.

My partner and I agreed to purchase a property that needs a massive overhaul back in October 16 and to date we are no closer to completing due to the seller losing the deeds of the house. We are waiting on the land registry to come back with the completed possessory title. And in the mean time of trying to push the property through we have applied for planning permission for an extension but are getting worried the seller may pull out once the planning permission is successful 29th January 17.

My questions are:

How long does a possessory title take to obtain? Please note i have expedited the process.

And can we extend the planning permission or cancel it? As I have a feeling that once the planning permission is approved then the property has jumped up in value and the seller can relist the property on the market for a heavier sum.

Many thanks for your input

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