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B3 restriction by land registry

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25 May 12 #332874 by dukey
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Does anyone know how to remove a B3 land registry restriction, or even what it is.

A wiki lady was awarded the home at final hearing, her ex refused to sign the TR1 so a judge at enforcement did, the conveyancing solicitor now says that is not enough and the B3 must be removed by the lender and they refuse.

Anyone?.

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25 May 12 #332877 by Fiona
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Conveyancing in E&W is a bit of a mystery to me but isn''t B3 a section of the form that someone other than a conveyancing solicitor completes if they are transferring property?

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25 May 12 #332884 by dukey
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Well that is what i was thinking Fiona but the wording from the solicitor suggests its a restriction, think ill call the land registry and see if they will speak to me, confused.com.

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25 May 12 #332889 by dukey
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Hmm well that was an interesting conversation, land registry say title cannot be transferred if the lender does not agree regardless of a judge signing the TR1, what am i missing here?.

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03 Jun 12 #334828 by AdventureKitty
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My ex husband declared himself bankrupt earier this year. At the final financial hearing the judge ordered that he had no further interest in the property and that he was to take his name off the deeds. He did neither, and I received a restriction notice from the Land Registry people. I phoned them up and after I had sent them a copy of the court document the restriction didn''t go ahead.

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03 Jun 12 #334830 by dukey
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The problem i have is although the judge can order the transfer of title the lender can still restrict it in B3, land registry wont help, they are not lawyers, they can`t even confirm if a judge can order the restriction removed.

So far ive hit a brick wall.

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03 Jun 12 #334833 by AdventureKitty
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That sucks! My ex didn''t sign title over to me as ordered or indemnify me, so when he went bankrupt they tried to add his debts onto the end of the joint mortgage. All it took was one phonecall to land registry and the final order and it was halted.
Would it maybe be worth another phonecall but to a different person? It doesn''t make sense that it was ok for me but not the other lady.
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