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Hello,

 

I am administering my late fathers estate. There is a caution placed on his property dating back to 1980 in favour of legal aid.

 

I have tried to contact Legal Aid by phone and letter but have basicaly just had the runaround from them.

 

Is there a process whereby I can request removal of this caution without relying on Legal aid who don't seem interested in chasing it up as it is so old?

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when you come to sell the house the legal aid debt or potential charge will have to be settled from the proceeds.

the land registry details should tell what it is for and who lodged it ( usually a solicitor ) and why. You may have to pay for the full records but can usually be done on line.

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There is a Land Registry form for this - I believe it is form RX3. I am not 100% sure but I think you fill it in and the Land Registry then check with the restriction holder if it can be removed. I imagine that if legal aid doesn't respond to them it will removed. See http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/professional/guides/practice-guide-19#guide-mark-27.


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