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Please help me get the UN1 Land Registry right!

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9 months 3 weeks ago #508819 by Parkliving
I filled in a Land Registry Form UN1 last week, they cashed the cheque, so I assumed all was well and I had filled in the form correctly.
I just rang them to check and apparently not.

I filled in section 11:

I am the wife of the registered proprietor and the Applicant in the financial remedy proceedings in the:
xxxxx Family Court
x V x
Case Number: xxxxxxxx
issued consequent upon the breakdown of the marriage between the parties.


(Actually my old solicitor filled this in, but I can't afford them anymore)

My husband has disposed of several other assets (think £100,000) since [url=Resources/Library/Cohabitation-and-Separation_s33_m1852.html ]separation[/url] 2 years ago and this house belongs in his name only, but where we co-habited together before marriage and moving into another (bought/mortgaged) house together.
I have a claim on the property at matrimonial assets...we have done FDA but not FDR yet.

Please can someone help me with this....I can't afford a solicitor.
I thought I had done it correctly and the form guidance is no use.

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9 months 3 weeks ago #508864 by Allcry
If the solicitor filled it in incorrectly ask them to put it back correctly or pay for another solicitor to do it. If they don't as part of your formal complaint to them. Easier said than done. But best speaking to them nicely first.

The Land registry is difficult.
Call them and ask them if they can lodge the note with them, whilst you get the paperwork correct. Lodging I belive makes sure you are protected from a date.

Else file matrimonial rights with all the relevant properties, which is easier. And well documented.

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9 months 3 weeks ago #508879 by hadenoughnow
Replied by hadenoughnow on topic Re:Please help me get the UN1 Land Registry right!
You can only have matrimonial home rights on one property AFAIK.

If there are other property assets that he is disposing of/planning to sell you can apply for an order (freezing order) to stop him until the finances are settled.

If you are in the court process you might be able to do this with a D11.

Hadenoughnow

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9 months 3 weeks ago #508887 by Parkliving
Thanks, it's not the family home, but another investment property.
Will look into D11 if the Land Registry don't take my legit request seriously.
(I have sent them a lot of supporting evidence....but don't The the right legal terms to tick the boxes for them)

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