Form RXC makes the process of complying with the terms of a restriction easier for everyone involved. We’re very pleased it’s proved popular with many of our customers. We have been working with them to improve the form so even more customers will adopt it and embed it in their systems.
We have devised the new form RXC to use when a consent or a certificate is needed to comply with a restriction in the register. Use of the form is optional but has the advantage of ensuring consents and certificates are correct first time.
Our caseworkers need to learn and keep pace with changes in the law, practice and systems – there are no shortcuts to building land registration expertise.
Join us and you’ll be welcomed into open, friendly, knowledgeable teams to work with experts and receive the training you need. Each of our colleagues plays a key part in achieving our aims and whether you’re with us for two years or 20, you’ll be valued for who you are and what you bring to our organisation.
It’s been another important year for HM Land Registry and we're glad to see that so many of you are following our work on our blog. As the year comes to a close we look back on the most-read posts of 2018.
If you've not seen an HM Land Registry title register before, you may wonder what it's all about. As Frank Ramsay learns, you need to know your ABC.
Explanation of what is required when lodging an application for registration with HM Land Registry on or after 6 April where one of the following restrictions appear in the register.
Chris, Charlotte, Hayley and Tim are among the 16 new Assistant Land Registrars who have brought fresh skills, knowledge and experience to our Local Lawyer Team.