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When acting for a lender who is taking security over a further education corporation's property, other than registering the charge with the Land Registry, does the security need to be registered with any other entity (such as Companies House)?

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Published on LexisPSL on 06/08/2019

The following Banking & Finance Q&A provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • When acting for a lender who is taking security over a further education corporation's property, other than registering the charge with the Land Registry, does the security need to be registered with any other entity (such as Companies House)?
  • Further education activities
  • A company under CA 2006
  • Further Education Corporation under the FHEA 1992
  • Registration at Land Registry
  • Charity status

Further education activities

A corporation carrying out further education activities may take the following legal forms:

  1. a statutory ‘further education corporation’ incorporated pursuant to sections 15 or 16 of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 (FHEA 1992) or a sixth form college under FHEA 1992, s 17 (a ‘Further Education Corporation’)

  2. a company conducting further education activities in England or Wales, registered under the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006)

A company under CA 2006

A charge created by a company which is registered at Companies House (however that company was formed or incorporated) must be perfected by registration at Companie

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