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Dealing with Land Registry.

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MickyG1952MickyG1952 Forumite
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I am the sole executor named in my late sisters Will and have recently been granted probate. 

DIY probate has saved me a lot of money in solicitor fees so far but if I thought that process was difficult. Dealing with Land Registry is something else.

The property is Willed to my daughter and I want her name on the deeds.

I checked with Land Registry records and the house is recorded in joint ownership: My late brother-in-law and my sister but he has been deceased since 2003, my sister died in November last year. The register was never ammended to show her as the sole owner.

Any advice on what I need to do as regards forms would be appreciated.

Also as the beneficiary, I take it my daughter will need to verlfy her ID and that this will need to be done with a Solicitor.

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