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24 Apr 12 #326228 by apower
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sorry my mistake and error in typo, it was a HR1 form used and i have sent in a HR4 which they would of recieved this morning.

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24 Apr 12 #326243 by cookie2
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Hmm on what grounds did you remove the home rights? Which boxes did you tick?

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24 Apr 12 #326248 by apower
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on section 7: Evidence in support of application - The spouse having the benefits of the rights has signed below.

I have just spoken to the land registry and they have served notice on her about the application, she has 15 days to respond if she doesnt then it gets removed, if she contests it goes to the land registry lawyers for decision

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24 Apr 12 #326250 by soulruler
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Out of interest as I would be interested to know, when she put in the notice of interest was your partner written to direct by the Land Registry to notify him of her application to them or did notification come via a different route?

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24 Apr 12 #326257 by apower
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he has not yet recieved written notification from the land registry, i checked the title myself via the land registry to see if she had put a notice on the title as her solicitrs wrote saying they were going to do so... why?

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24 Apr 12 #326280 by cookie2
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on section 7: Evidence in support of application - The spouse having the benefits of the rights has signed below.

Did his ex sign the "release of home rights" at the bottom then? If not, who did sign it? I suspect she will object to the HR4, on the grounds of "I have not signed the release", or "that is not my signature".

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24 Apr 12 #326283 by apower
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No, we can still object to the notice and her application, she does not have to sign the release of home rights at the bottom (unless thay have sent the HR4 form out to her which we have sent in?).

We have used the form to object to her application and as i said after speaking with the land registry earlier today they have served her notice to object to our objection, she has 15 business days to do so.
I am more than sure that she will object, after that if an agreement cant be made between the parties the case gets passed to the Adjuicator.

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