Our Building Regulations policies are some of the most frequently requested covers, and also the ones we receive the most claims against. A recent claim, outlined below, shows how a simple leaky roof uncovered a major structural issue, and how a down-to-earth approach ensured that the policyholder was fully, and fairly, covered.
Below you’ll find articles or communications we’ve issued which are related to our Building Regulations indemnities.
We can now offer a new Lack of Planning Permission and/or Building Regulation Consent option for both unknown rights and easements options.d unknown third-party rights and easements affecting the title.
The absence of appropriate certification for replacement doors and windows is a problem that doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. The surprise is that, despite an ever-increasing need for cover to protect homebuyers against this omission, Countrywide is still the only legal indemnity provider offering a standalone FENSA policy.
People like to alter their properties to make them their own but, when they can’t provide evidence of Building Regulations consent for these alterations, our legal indemnity cover can prevent the issue from slowing down any subsequent sale of the property.
When an insured’s property is under threat of enforcement action, quick settlement of their claim is always our top priority.
Did you know we offer a stand-alone FENSA policy, and it covers works just six months old?