The charges register lists all the interests to which the property is subject, including positive covenants, restrictive covenants, notices and financial charges. Notices protecting third party interests may be unilateral or agreed1. The buyer's solicitor must check for entries in the charges register, consider how they might affect the buyer and whether the entries are to be removed or discharged on completion
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