No disposition - without written consent of Secretary of State

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    No disposition - without written consent of Secretary of State

    can anyone tell me why the SoS for DWP would need to provide written consent for disposition of a property? (per below)

    (22.08.2018) RESTRICTION: No disposition of the registered estate by the proprietor of the registered estate or by the proprietor of any registered charge, not being a charge registered before the entry of this restriction, is to be registered without a written consent signed by the proprietor for the time being of the Charge dated 6 April 2018 in favour of Secretary of State for Work and Pensions referred to in the Charges Register.

    #2
    Most likely the DWP are reclaiming overpaid benefits from the (deceased?) owner of the property, so they have a charge against the estate since 6 April 2018. (Which was the start of a benefit year).

    More information about the situation would be required to say anymore than that.

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      #3
      A second charge has been placed on the property after an existing charge was already in place.

      The name of the second Chargee implies that there was a claim regarding overpayment of social security made to the registered proprietor.

      Until that amount is repaid the property cannot be registered if it were to be sold, because written permission will be required that will only be forthcoming once the specified amount defined in the second charge has been repaid to the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.

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