CLEUD Granted For North Yorkshire Client

4th December, 2018 by Acorus in General

The Yorkshire team have secured a Certificate of Lawfulness for a client whose family members had been occupying a house in breach of an agricultural occupancy condition for in excess of 30 years. 10 years is the minimum required to satisfy a breach of condition.
The clients are very pleased with the outcome and can now consider their options to apply to remove the condition entirely.

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