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  • Jane Goodwin
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    Deed of Variation

    I am hoping i am in the correct forum!!

    We have been selling our leasehold property for the last 5 months. We knew we would have to get a deed of variation completed with Taylor Wimpey and that part of it has gone relatively smoothly.
    My solicitor has tried to make an application to have it registered and land registry ad has been told that there are two earlier applications on the title that need to be completed first.
    We have been advised that this could take up to 26 weeks plus to complete.

    Can any one advise me of whether we can exchange and/or completed before it is registered with land registry or is anyone had any advice at all i would be grateful


    Thank you

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    by Johno_c
    leaseholder64
    Sorry to bump this,
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