I would appreciate some advice on this matter please. I am selling my parents house (semi detached) after my mum who had Alzheimers died in November. My parents built a Conservatory in the early nineties which was against the neighbours extension. They got permission at the time to use the wall to put the conservatory against. I got a call today from my solicitor who said that the buyers mortgage provider had refused their mortgage because the conservatory encroached on the neighbours house. I was asked to see if there was anything in writing to prove that my parents had got permission. The neighbours are still there but the wife died earlier this week so I cant ask for a few weeks. I am still waiting for Probate but expect this to come through in the next couple of weeks. I want to sell it because it has been empty for over four years and I am sick of it. I almost have it empty. My solicitor is bizarrely acting for the neighbours - the house is in a large village so the solicitor isn't keen to ask although the sales are not connected. I just want this sold as soon as possible and wondered if anyone else had experienced something similar.