Commentary

25 Registration of commonholds: form and effect of consent

COMMONHOLD vol 8(1)
| Commentary

25 Registration of commonholds: form and effect of consent

| Commentary

25 Registration of commonholds: form and effect of consent

The form of consent is prescribed. The prescribed form must state the land to become commonhold, and must contain the name and address of the person giving consent, and of his interest in the land. The form also contains a declaration by the person giving consent that, where applicable, he understands that his charge or lease will be extinguished1.

Consent binds the person giving the consent (or deemed to have consented) and his successors. Consent may be given conditionally. The consent will lapse if the application is not made

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