Where a lease is granted of the whole of the land comprised in a registered title, the title number issued by the Land Registry is a sufficient description of the property concerned1. Except where otherwise permitted, the property register must contain a description of the registered estate, including reference to a plan based on the Ordnance Survey map and known as the title plan2. In the case of a lease of part of land comprised in a registered title, the description of the property will include the title number out of which it is granted.
A prescribed clauses lease3 must,
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