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    Form of Transfer

    Can someone please explain what a "Form of Transfer" is?

    Is this a legal process to transfer the freehold of a property to the lease holders?

    Any advice welcome please!

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    Originally posted by charley1965 View Post
    Can someone please explain what a "Form of Transfer" is?

    Is this a legal process to transfer the freehold of a property to the lease holders?

    Any advice welcome please!
    It's a Deed for registration at HM Land Registry.
    Usually form TR1 if ownership is already registered and the title relates to just this one property.
    JEFFREY SHAW, solicitor [and Topic Expert], Nether Edge Law*
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