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    • omariqy
    • By omariqy 16th Jul 17, 9:05 AM
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    Joint Tenancy or Tenancy in Common?
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    • 16th Jul 17, 9:05 AM
    Joint Tenancy or Tenancy in Common? 16th Jul 17 at 9:05 AM

    Just trying to figure out if a house for a family member is owned as the first or latter. There is a restriction under Section B but it seems to be regarding the mortgage provider. It states:

    'Except under an order of the registrar no disposition by the proprietor of the land is to be registered without the consent of the proprietor of the charge dated xxxxxx in favour of xxxxx building society referred to in the charges register'

    What does this mean exactly? Does it have any bearing on the type of ownership?

    Thanks in advance
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    • Keep pedalling
    • By Keep pedalling 16th Jul 17, 9:15 AM
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    Keep pedalling
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    • 16th Jul 17, 9:15 AM
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    • 16th Jul 17, 9:15 AM
    That statement refers solely to the mortgage, with no other restriction noted it looks like it is owned as joint tennants.
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