Chancel Repair legal indemnity news

Below you’ll find articles or communications we’ve issued over the last couple of years which are related to our Chancel Repair indemnities.

Spring 2014 - Chancel liability - business as usual
Intouch Spring 2014 - Chancel liability - business as usual
The legal landscape for chancel liability was altered permanently in October 2013, with the enforcement of the Land Registration Act 2002, but the conveyancing process has remained largely unaffected.
Winter 2013 - They think it's all over...
Intouch Winter 2013 - They think it's all over...
13th October may have been seen by some as the end of an era for chancel liability, but the risk of some property owners facing a hefty repair bill remains.
Chancel repair; what happens next?
Eshot - Chancel repair; what happens next?
Even after this date has passed, the Church can still choose to register a liability on the Land Registry title up until the point when a property is first sold. If they do so, the liability is 'known' to all, and can be enforced at any time in the future. The good news is that insurance is available for this 'known liability'.
Spring 2013 - Ringing the changes
Intouch Spring 2013 - Ringing the changes
Is the death knell due to sound for chancel repair liability insurance?