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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...

As we approach the half-way point of our promotional period of receiving a FREE TitleChecker® with every ChancelCheck® that you order, we wanted to remind you about the voucher code system.

The conveyancing profession has always had to walk a difficult line in carrying out its day to day activities in property transactions. Not only are conveyancers required to be expert in all aspects of property related law, but they have a duty of care to (it seems) everyone i...

Conveyancing Liability Solutions Limited (CLS) is pleased to announce the launch of TitleChecker®, an innovative new title interrogation report that examines Land Registry records and the relevant sections of the CML Handbook Part 1 and Part 2. TitleChecker® automates the task...

For the first time since 2007, the price of a ChancelCheck® will be increasing to £20.00 (+ VAT) per search from 15th April 2013.

In medieval Britain, the Church was granted powers to charge those owning ‘rectorial land’ for the upkeep of the church chancel. This historic liability has haunted generations of property transactions and still affects land and properties throughout England and Wales today. B...

30 households in Broadway, Gloucestershire have been alerted that Chancel Repair Liability has just been registered against their title at the HMLR by the Church St Eadburgha. Each household now has a legal obligation, in perpetuity, to contribute to the Chancel Repairs of the...

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As any law student will tell you, the benefit of a restrictive covenant attaches to land and can be enforced by successive owners of that land provided certain well-rehearsed conditions are met. However, section 8 of the National Trust Act 1937 enables the National Trust to...
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