Land Registry Changes
At the time of completing your probate matter, there are so many things to consider, and one of them may be changing the legal owner details on Land Registry and obtaining a copy of the deeds if you or the beneficiaries intend to keep the property you will need Land Registry Services.
If you are an executor, you may be held legally liable if everything is not in order when the estate is finalised, and legal claims can be brought against you if you make any mistakes.
If you are a beneficiary who is also an executor and you want to retain a property that you have inherited then you will need to complete conveyancing and register the changes with the Land Registry and obtain new land registry deeds in your name.
*Do not purchase this service if you intend to sell the property once the probate is completed.
What is included,
- Complete property searches.
- Notify you of any charges against the property.
- Write to any interested parties to remove charges from the property.
- Obtain copies of land plans.
- Courier service for all documents.
- Update Land Registry with new owner details.
- Provide a copy of the title deeds.
Included is the disbursement costs of up to the value of £500,000 if the value of the property is higher than £500,000 and up to £1,000,000 a further charge of £140 will be added. If the value exceeds £1,000.000 a further charge of £170 will be added.
Please note DO NOT PURCHASE THIS SERVICE IF YOU INTEND TO IMMEDIATELY SELL THE PROPERTY.