How to Avoid Land Registry Requisitions - The Latest News for Conveyancers
Completion has taken place and all you need to do is submit your Land Registry application and get on with the next case.
However, conveyancing life is never that easy and you may receive requisitions from the Registry which you have some difficulty in satisfying. The threat of cancellation and loss of priority looms large as well as potential claims by your client and lender.
A revision of the rules and advice from the Registry may help you to avoid such problems.
What You Will Learn
This webinar will cover the following:
- A look at Land Registry Practice Guide 80 - COVID-19 and Land Registry practice as a result of the pandemic
- Land Registry requirements in general, requisitions commonly raised and responding to them
- Specific examples including powers of attorney, searches and execution. Avoidable and unavoidable requisitions
- Joint ownership - the importance of taking full instructions
- Plans and what is included R (on the application of HCP (Hendon) Ltd) v Chief Land Registrar (sued as HM Land Registry) 
- Leases, charges and discharge, companies, consents and certificates, amendments, missing deeds and early completion
- Forms, prescribed clauses and SDLT, time limits, extensions and liability
- Losing priority and the Registration Gap
- Claims for rectification
- Conveyancing Protocol 2019 - on registration
- A checklist - what to do Isubmitting your application including getting the AP1 right and updates to Practice Guide 50
This webinar was recorded on 24th February 2021
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