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Notice To A Registered Proprieter Of An Application To Enter An Agreed Notice

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It would appear that some solicitors are now trying this route to recover debts whilst avoiding the expense of litigation. If enough of them start doing this I can see the Land Registry like the courts getting very peed off & I see it doomed to failure


Anyway don't panic below is what you need to know


They are asking via the Land Registry that your mortgage lender be asked to agree to their placing a charge on your property without the need of obtaining a CCJ.


The homeowner can object before the Notice has been registered, in which case the Land Registry will investigate and consider the position and the registration cannot proceed until the dispute has been resolved.

If the Notice has already been registered, the homeowner can still write to the Land Registry and object and they will again investigate. If anybody at any time finds anything registered against their title to which they object they can write to the Land Registry. It will be treated as an application for rectification.

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