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    Freehold purchase

    Purchasing the freehold for my property being a house with gardens and garage.


    The current leasehold title is part of a larger title plan for the area.


    A TP1 is provided by the council selling the freehold with all the details filled-in except signatures.


    I have a AP1 form and uncertain on 4 issues.


    (2) Here is it the leasehold title written or title plan number, or both.

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    (3) As the leasehold title is part of the larger title plan, should I mark 'part of the title' box


    (4) I take it as the land ownership is being transferred, should the application be written as a 'Transfer', the 'price paid' is the cost of the actual land (freehold) of £600.00 and the 'fee' of £40 according to Scale 2.


    (14) In the first box I take it the seller being the 'transferor' (the council), and as their conveyancer's name is unknow it is marked as 'none'.

    In the second box below I take it is myself as the 'transferee', and as I am doing this myself again it is marked as 'none'.



    Thank you for your help in advance.

    #2
    You need to get the site plan for your house separated from the adjacent houses before you can start. It should be the seller side which does this work

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      #3
      I have both the leasehold title plan showing my property and its boundaries and the larger title plan of the area/village showing all the properties and their titles..

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        #4
        The Land Registry - blog has solved a lot of issues in completing the paperwork.

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