On first registration any land charge appearing on the title is noted on the register; the Land Registry1 does not investigate whether restrictive covenants and other land charges may be void for non-registration at the Land Charges Department2. This entry, however, does not mean that the land charge is valid3. On first registration (or subsequently) an application can be made to omit (or cancel) notice of a land charge that is void for non-registration. The application should be accompanied by:
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