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Title restriction - HELP!
I bought a house in 2019 (freehold) as a new build property from a developer. The developer set up a management company to look after the common areas. In 2020, without our knowledge, he dissolved the company. He has put a restriction on our title so that we cannot sell without it being approved by the management company , which obviously no longer exists. Land registry have refused to remove the restriction, but have agreed to disapply it. Our current buyers lender isn’t happy with this so we are stuck. The developer is ignoring all correspondence. What options have we got?
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