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Voluntary Land Registrations
I am trying to do a voluntary first registration at the Land Registry. I have read the guidance and watched the help webinar. What I am unsure about is what figure I should use when providing a value for the land. Should it be the value of the land and the property, i.e the whole estate, or should it just be the value of the land as these are two different entities. The webinar video talks about value of the LAND, and the Land Registry forms do not make it clear EXACTLY what should be recorded.
I also wondered what happens if your application is rejected because of a lack of information or clarity of the application. Is the fee paid refunded or do you have to pay again when you reapply with another application having supplied further information?
Any advice would be welcome.
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