You must place 'X' in only one box in
(A) Freehold – application to convert possessory or qualifed
freehold to absolute title (not based on the land being
registered for at least 12 years and the proprietor being in
possession of the land)
Documents of title to support this application are enclosed
You should enclose any consents of
chargees of reversionary titles and/or
of superior lessor’s landlord that you
have. If you do not lodge these, we
will place entries on the register to
Section 131 of the Land Registration
Act 2002 sets out the circumstances
in which land will be treated as being
in the possession of the proprietor.
Only applicable if the applicant is not
the registered proprietor.
Give full names and explain the
applicant’s relationship with the
person(s) in possession, for example
‘The applicant is the landlord under
the lease dated….. referred to in the
charges register of the above title and
registered under title number……..and
the person in possession is tenant
under the lease and the registered
proprietor of title number…….'.
(B) Leasehold – application to convert good leasehold to
absolute leasehold title
Documents of title to any unregistered superior title to
support this application are enclosed, (including any required
consents of chargees and/or superior landlord)
Any immediately superior title is registered with absolute title
(C) Freehold or leasehold – application to convert possessory to
absolute title where 12 years has elapsed since registration
The requirement of possession under sections 62(4) and (5) of
the Land Registration Act 2002 is satisfied as follows:
The applicant is in physical possession of the land in the
The registered proprietor is in physical possession of the land
in the above title
The following person(s) is/are in possession of the land in the
You must be able to make this
statement or the application will be
Confirmation of no adverse claims
I confirm that no claim adverse to the title of the property has
been made by virtue of an estate, right or interest whose
enforceability is preserved by virtue of the existing entry
about the class of title.
If a conveyancer is acting for the
applicant, that conveyancer must sign.
If no conveyancer is acting, the
applicant (and if more than one
person then each of them) must sign.
Signature of applicant
or their conveyancer:
If you dishonestly enter information or make a statement that you know is, or might be, untrue or misleading, and intend by doing
so to make a gain for yourself or another person, or to cause loss or the risk of loss to another person, you may commit the
offence of fraud under section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006, the maximum penalty for which is 10 years’ imprisonment or an unlimited
fine, or both.
Failure to complete this form with proper care may result in a loss of protection under the Land Registration Act 2002 if, as a
result, a mistake is made in the register.
Under section 66 of the Land Registration Act 2002 most documents (including this form) kept by the registrar relating to an
application to the registrar or referred to in the register are open to public inspection and copying. If you believe a document
contains prejudicial information, you may apply for that part of the document to be made exempt using Form EX1, under rule 136
of the Land Registration Rules 2003.
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