Posted: Monday, 17 November 2008 @ 09:13
Since 10th November the Land Registry have provided a new service. Anyone can now make a search of the Land Registry's index of proprietors against his or her own name, a company name, or the name of some other person in whose property the searcher can satisfy the Registrar that they are interested generally.
Whether you are a developer looking to discover the extent of your competitors' landbanks or are trying to establish whether someone has sufficient property assets to be worth suing, this is a powerful new tool.
If you are interested in finding out more about this tool then contact Steven Petty for more information.
Steven Petty, Commercial Property Lawyer
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