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CLS have received the following statement from the Land Registry clarifying their position in relation to the registration of Chancel Repair Liability both pre and post 13th October 2013.

Chancel Repair Liability - Business as Usual?

The looming ‘deadline’ for Overriding Interests, and in particular Chancel Repair Liability, is provoking a lot of confusion in the conveyancing industry. To help shed some more light on this thorny topic, CLS has collated some informative chancel repair bulletins (which have ...

We are delighted to announce that CLS are sponsoring and presenting at the PSG CPD seminars across the country commencing in September this year. The events have been designed to bring you up to date with the key issues affecting solicitors and conveyancers today. The subjects...

Misconception 1 Chancel Repair Liability (CRL) ends on 13th October 2013. FACT: If the liability has already been registered it is an obligation that lasts in perpetuity – so the conveyancer still needs to check the title documents. Chancel Repair Liability doesn’t sto...

The LFS Conveyancing Conference and Gala Dinner with Awards will take place on the 26th September 2013 at The Ricoh Arena in Coventry.

The Land Registration Act 2002 has meant that overriding interests must be registered by midnight on 12th October 2013. However, because the liability only falls away at the point of first or next registration, there is in fact no deadline date when CRL stops.

CLS is pleased to announce the introduction of TitleChecker® Refresher, a new, FREE enhancement that updates a TitleChecker® report where details have changed during the course of a transaction.

TitleChecker® interrogates the Land Registry records contained in an OC1 in addition to verifying that information entered by the conveyancer corresponds with Land Registry records. Where an entry requiring lender consideration is identified, it provides the relevant CML Part ...

From midnight on 12th October 2013, there is an interesting change taking place with regard to some of the more exotic property law quirks that affect conveyancing transactions – overriding interests. Many lawyers feel that post this date these rights are culled and so of no m...
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