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Notice B136 Register a restriction on Land

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12 Oct 12 #360625 by PEP
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Hi,

Just wondered if anyone has had experience with receiving a B136 notice. I have been seperated from my ex for 3 years, we have 2 children. we sold the matrimonial house after 6 months and split the proceeds equally, we both moved into rented accomodation. I have been lucky enough that my sister lent me the money for a deposit on a house and I have been there for nearly 2 years. My ex-wife''s solicitor has applied to register a restriction on my house and i don''t understand how she can do this as she has never had any involvement with the house at all. Any feedback would be appreciated. :)

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12 Oct 12 #360631 by dukey
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Hello and welcome.

For those reading you will probably know the B136 as a marital home rights restriction.

Its standard stuff and always always happens, it in no way means s/he ahs a claim, its simply used until you have an agreement or a judge decides.

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12 Oct 12 #360632 by sulkypants
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Do you owe your ex any money? Have you missed any support payments you were supposed to make?

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12 Oct 12 #360638 by PEP
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We are in the process of getting a financial Consent Order in place, up until now, I have been paying her 30% of my net salary and now I need to reduce it to 20% due to financial difficulties. I have never missed any payments and also pay towards school trips.

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12 Oct 12 #360641 by dukey
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Its just something used to provide security, strictly speaking its not a marital home rights restriction it should be RX1, can you see that on the notice?, all it does is make it difficult to sell until you have an agreement.

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12 Oct 12 #360653 by PEP
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Thank you for the replies, so it is nothing to worry about? I was unsure if objecting would be more trouble than its worth or whether to accept it if i can be removed easily after we have reached an agreement

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12 Oct 12 #360658 by dukey
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You can`t object to it, its done, it is fairly easy to remove, in fact a lady username survive recently removed some, maybe ask her how easy it was.

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