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    #16
    I think most mortgage lenders do not care about your restriction because they register a charge against your property title to block any sale or transfer before repayment of their loan.

    You can ask the question at any branch of Halifax or Nationwide BS.

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      #17
      I do not think asking in a branch they will know so will just say "No". I do not have to have the restriction on if it is still legally in trust without it on.

      Surely some people must have property in trust and know the answer ?

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        #18
        If you tell the branch you want to apply for mortgage, they must tell you if the restriction is OK or you cannot proceed.

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