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  1. If the change was essentially the sole owner...

    If the change was essentially the sole owner dying and the next of kin inheriting then normally you would see the proeprty Assented to the beneficiary by the executor. If this had happened in 2000...
  2. Whilst I appreciate the suggestion that it is a...

    Whilst I appreciate the suggestion that it is a crime not to register strictly speaking that is not the case here.
    There is no punishment from a registration perspective but it may cause problems...
  3. Form JO is only used in conjunction with a form...

    Form JO is only used in conjunction with a form AP1 in the circumstances described at the top of the form JO itself.
    In the circumstances a form SEV is available whereby you both sever the joint...
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    Cost is currently £11 if you use the official...

    Cost is currently £11 if you use the official Land Registry service http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/public/faqs/how-can-i-get-a-copyies-of-deeds - you may have a copy of the Transfer somewhere though...
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    The terms of the lease would normally state in...

    The terms of the lease would normally state in what circumstances and how a new deed of covenant would be required. It would also often contain a draft of the deed to be used. Land Registry would not...
  6. Apologies for such a slow response on this one ...

    Apologies for such a slow response on this one

    As you will already appreciate our independent role means we cannot offer legal advice. However we can explain our procedures and policy in dealing...
  7. I hope you found some answers to your questions...

    I hope you found some answers to your questions from Lawcruncher’s very helpful link to our Public Guide 25 – Registrations and notices about mines and minerals, chancel repairs and manorial rights. ...
  8. I note that we have not given you any useful...

    I note that we have not given you any useful information to date but would hope that if you have set out your enquiry as above then we have at least directed you to our online Practice Guide guidance...
  9. As Alexlandlord posts possessory title can be...

    As Alexlandlord posts possessory title can be granted in circumstances where the original deeds have been lost

    From our perspective it is a class of title which may be awarded in the absence of...
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    Not every registered title in England & Wales...

    Not every registered title in England & Wales refers to who owns or is responsible for a fence. We can sometimes supply information that refers to such responsibility but that is not always the case....
  11. The easiest way to register it is to identify the...

    The easiest way to register it is to identify the owner and then buy it from them. Identifying the legal owner though may be difficult especially if the land is not registered. The cuation against...
  12. The previous posters have alreayd pointed you in...

    The previous posters have alreayd pointed you in the right direction and taking the request literally you would need to do the following

    Complete form OC2 with the title number and property...
  13. A very basic understanding of Land Registry's...

    A very basic understanding of Land Registry's approach to dealing with such applications is provided in our online guide...
  14. Yes - our online Public Guide explains the two...

    Yes - our online Public Guide explains the two types of ownership and how you can record a change on the register if the property is in England & Wales...
  15. Take a look at our online FAQ which applies to...

    Take a look at our online FAQ which applies to properties in England & Wales and which are registered.

    http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/public/faqs/how-do-i-transfer-my-registered-landproperty
    ...
  16. Apologies for not coming in on this discussion...

    Apologies for not coming in on this discussion any earlier than this.

    By way of background, on the morning of 12th August, we became aware that a phishing scam had attempted to impersonate our...
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    When considering an application to register a...

    When considering an application to register a Deed of Grant we should consider the answers to three questions, namely
    1. Has an easement been created?
    2. Is the easement a legal easement? and;...
  18. Registration would only be completed if an...

    Registration would only be completed if an executed TR1 was lodged so at some point that woud pass through your solicitor's hands as it is he who will lodge the application with Land Registry.

    The...
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    You already have a line of communication going...

    You already have a line of communication going with Land Registry via the recent refusal to register. You could initially at least respond in kind although I suspect you need to clarify the part...
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    I am sure the CAB will cover everything but here...

    I am sure the CAB will cover everything but here is the link to our Public Guide 4 re the protection of her rights under the Family Law Act to which you refer...
  21. There are no hard and fast rules on this but if...

    There are no hard and fast rules on this but if the upgrade is simply due to the passage of time (16 years is sufficient) then it should be fairly routine.

    Completion of the application then...
  22. And it goes on to explain In any other case we...

    And it goes on to explain In any other case we will only register with a possessory title. And we will not register even with this title in cases of real doubt. In part this is because where the...
  23. It may help to read section 2 of Practice Guide 5...

    It may help to read section 2 of Practice Guide 5 for a wider understanding of the rationale behind the 12 + 12 years scenario.

    It states Where land is unregistered, a squatter can acquire title...
  24. Our online Practice Guides 4 and 5 provide...

    Our online Practice Guides 4 and 5 provide guidance on the registration of such claims http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/professional/guides
    The law is quite complex re such matters and legal advice...
  25. From a land registration perspective a right is...

    From a land registration perspective a right is often referred to as an easement. Our definition of an easement is A right of the owner of land over another person’s neighbouring land

    Non-use on...
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