HM Land Registry portal users can use the View My Applications service to manage portal applications and correspondence in one place.
The current economic climate is forcing change today. Indeed, when we look back at 2020, one of the unexpected positive outcomes may well be a change in how conveyancing is delivered.
Wholesale reform of leasehold issues is still some years away, despite recent proposals by the Law Commission and pledges by the government.
Halifax and BM Solutions have set out new requirements for home buyers or sellers to provide an external wall system form for properties with potentially dangerous cladding or balconies prior to the lender instructing a valuation.
With the exception of the introduction of the internet, history will show that covid-19 did more to change the estate agency industry than anything else.
How to apply for a notice or restriction to protect a third-party interest in an estate (practice guide 19).
How to make an official search and information on their purpose and effect (practice guide 12).
Advice on obtaining information held by HM Land Registry regarding court proceedings, insolvency and tax liability (practice guide 43).
Application form CIT: to access information for use in connection with court proceedings, insolvency and tax liability.
How Business e-services customers can apply for an official search of part with priority through the portal.
The Government has extended the deadline for new builds to be completed so they can be eligible for purchase under the Help to Buy Equity Loan scheme.
Emails have been sent falsely claiming to be from Greg Baker at Hegarty Solicitors, in relation to a supposedly unclaimed inheritance.
The Partnership become the first firm to submit electronically signed Deeds to HM Land Registry, through InfoTrack.
Documents signed and stamped by “Mr Hussien Ahmed”, misusing the SRA ID (555576) of a genuine registered foreign lawyer.
Faxes have been sent claiming to be from “Hamish Frost” of “BDB Pitmans Law” in relation to an unclaimed life insurance policy.
Email relating to an unclaimed inheritance has been sent misusing the name “Stephen Muscatt of Muscatt Solicitors”.
Emails have been sent falsely claiming to be from “Claire Armstrong, Partner, Dentons”, attaching a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and bank details.
Members of the public have received unsolicited telephone calls claiming to be from “AST Accident Investigation” and “AST Personal Liability”.
Emails have been sent falsely claiming to be from E J Winter & Son LLP, providing false account details.
Figures from Zoopla is based on latest research that shows 127,000 homes worth £27 billion are not been sold during the COVID-19 pandemic.