Property Change of Owner Following Probate

Property Change For Land Registry

Section 1. HM Land Registry Assent of whole of registered title(s) by personal representitive(s)

Is The Property Already Registered on The Land Registry?
Do you have the title numbers to the property? *
Leave blank if not yet registered.
Scale of fees for first registration *
Do you require an official copy once completed? *

Section 2. Quote for required work

£.00
This is just a double check to see if it fits into a fee bracket

Section 3. The Property

Insert address including postcode (if any) or other description of the property, for example ‘land adjoining 2 Acacia Avenue’. Insert a brief description of the land that you intend to assent. If the land is registered you will find this at the beginning of the Property Register as shown on the official copy of the register and will normally be the postal address (if there is one).
Remember to date this deed with the day of completion, but not before it has been signed and witnessed.

Section 4. Deceased Owner

Write the full names (including all middle names) of the person or persons who died. Do not include titles such as “Mr” or “Mrs”, but if they had any other title, please include it. If the information you put in this box does not match the ownership details that appear in the Property Register of the registered title(s), you must supply evidence as to why, eg if the deceased’s name had changed, you might include a deed poll or marriage certificate.

Section 5. Peronal Representative

What type of representative of deceased proprietor? *
Complete as appropriate where the personal representative is a company. If the transferee is a company, you will need to complete the additional questions in the panel.
If the transferee is a company, you will need to complete the additional questions in the panel.
If the transferee is a company, you will need to complete the additional questions in the panel.
If the transferee is a company, you will need to complete the additional questions in the panel.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons assenting the property. (Insert the full names of the person(s) appointed by the grant of probate/letters of administration).
Provide full address including postcode.

Section 6. Transferees

How Many Transferee's are there?
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors. Write the full name of the transferee(s) (beneficiary). This is often the same as the personal representative. We are not obliged to check that the personal representative is acting in accordance with any will. By law, we must assume that they are fulfilling their legal obligations.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors.
Give full name(s) of all of the persons to be shown as registered proprietors.

Section 7. Service Addresses

Section 8 Transfer The Property

Place 'X' in the box if it applies

Section 9. Tick The Box if it applies

The personal representative transfers with.

Section 10. Declaration of Trust

Declaration of trust. The transferee is more than one person and

Section 11.

Section 12. Execution

The transferor must execute this transfer using the space above. If there is more than one transferor, all must execute. Forms of execution are given in Schedule 9 to the Land Registration Rules 2003. If the transfer contains transferee’s covenants or declarations or contains an application by the transferee (such as for a restriction), it must also be executed by the transferee. If there is more than one transferee and section 10 has been completed, each transferee must also execute this transfer to comply with the requirements in section 53(1)(b) of the Law of Property Act 1925 relating to the declaration of a trust of land. Please refer to Joint property ownership and practice guide 24: private trusts of land for further guidance. Examples of the correct form of execution are set out in practice guide 8: execution of deeds. Execution as a deed usually means that a witness must also sign, and add their name and address. Remember to date this deed in Section 3. WARNING If you dishonestly enter information or make a statement that you know is, or might be, untrue or misleading, and intend by doing so to make a gain for yourself or another person, or to cause loss or the risk of loss to another person, you may commit the offence of fraud under section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006, the maximum penalty for which is 10 years’ imprisonment or an unlimited fine, or both. Failure to complete this form with proper care may result in a loss of protection under the Land Registration Act 2002 if, as a result, a mistake is made in the register. Under section 66 of the Land Registration Act 2002 most documents (including this form) kept by the registrar relating to an application to the registrar or referred to in the register are open to public inspection and copying. If you believe a document contains prejudicial information, you may apply for that part of the document to be made exempt using Form EX1, under rule 136 of the Land Registration Rules 2003.
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