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  1. HI, I am the sole owner of a freehold property. My Land Registration has no motgage, restrictions, notices or any other financial registrations. A friend has lent me £10,000 and we both want to secure the loan on the property. He is using "Land Registry Application to enter a restriction RX1" and I obviously am giving the relevant consent. My simple question is:- WHAT STANDARD FORM OF RESTRICTION DO WE USE? (A choice is given in "Appendix C": A to PP) With thanks. Kennel
  2. I hope someone can help with a situation that has arisen out of the blue, just a few weeks before completing the sale of my home after battling repossession and eviction for the past 7 years. Despite no contribution to the mortgage, bills, expenses or child support, my ex-husband has engaged a solicitor to apply for a Restriction on Land Registry. The mortgage company have a possession order and have tried to evict my son and I twice this year. The judge allowed us to pursue a normal sale both times. My 3rd hearing is July 11th and now this final twist has
  3. My brother and I are both executors and sole beneficiaries of our late mums estate. We would like to distribute the estate as simply as possible, but we're having difficulty finding clear answers that don't assume we are trying to achieve some form of tax evasion or ripping each other off. Any legal adviser to date is just creating work for themselves and leaving us more confused, which was the same as just before I decided to manage the probate process myself saving between £700 - £1000! Mums estate is made up of a few hundred pounds (let's say £2k max) and her mortgage free home, recen
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