Updated Practice Guides: PG50, PG36, PG63 & PG13

Updated Practice Guides: PG50, PG36, PG63 & PG13

There has been an update published in the following practice guides:

Requisition and cancellation procedures (PG50)

Page summary: Advice on how to avoid requisitions on applications and our procedures where they do need to be raised (practice guide 50).

Change made: We have updated section 3 regarding the information we require to consider granting an extension of time, following the increase in the period we allow for reply to a requisition from the statutory 20 working days to 60 working days. We’ve added an additional scenario to section 5.1.

More information available here.

Administration and receivership (PG36)

Page summary: How to deal with applications involving administration and receivership under the provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986. (Practice guide 36).

Change made: Sections 2.5 and 2.6 have been amended to clarify how to cancel a register entry relating to paragraph 70(2) of Schedule B1 to the Insolvency Act 1986.

More information available here.

Land charges: registration, official search, office copy and cancellation (PG63)

Page summary: Information about HM Land Registry Land Charges Department: applications for registration, official search, office copy and cancellation (practice guide 63)

Change made: Section 12.1 has been updated to reflect the formation of North Northamptonshire and West Northamptonshire unitary authorities from 1 April 2021.

More information available here.

Index of relating franchises and manors: official searches (PG13)

Page summary: How to obtain Information held in the index of relating franchises and manors (practice guide 13).

Change made: Section 7 has been updated to reflect the formation of North Northamptonshire and West Northamptonshire unitary authorities from 1 April 2021.

More information available here.

Jennifer van Deursen

Jen is the Senior Media Officer for Today’s Conveyancer, Today’s Wills & Probate  and Today’s Family Lawyer.

Having gained a degree in Multimedia Computing, Jen fell into a content role after successfully applying for a job at Cheshire Police. During her 6-year service, she took on the role as personal Press Officer under the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire and worked in the busy press office for the force.

Jen has experience in the marketing and communication sphere, which stems from her time in the public sector, private care sector and now here at the Practical Vision Network, where she can utilise her skills and challenge herself further.

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