New Land Registry feature - discover the extent of someone's property portfolio

Posted: Monday, 17 November 2008 @ 09:13
New Land Registry feature - discover the extent of someone's property portfolio

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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

This blog is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor is it intended to be a complete and authoritative statement of the law, and what we say might be out of date by the time you read it. You should always seek legal advice to confirm whether or how any information in this article applies to your particular situation. We offer a free telephone consultation to discuss your particular circumstances.

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