Statutory declaration in support of a further application under the Land Registration Act 2002, Sch 6 made two or more years after an initial application has been cancelled
Statutory declaration in support of a further application under the Land Registration Act 2002, Sch 6 made two or more years after an initial application has been cancelled

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  • Statutory declaration in support of a further application under the Land Registration Act 2002, Sch 6 made two or more years after an initial application has been cancelled

I [insert name] of [address], do solemnly and sincerely declare as follows:

    1. 1

      On [insert date] I lodged at HM Land Registry an application to be registered as proprietor of the land ('the Blue Land') edged blue on the plan now produced and shown to me and marked '1' ('the Plan'). The freehold estate in the Blue Land is registered, together with that of other land, under title [insert title number of neighbouring property] of which the registered proprietors are [insert declarant’s name[s]] (‘[define name eg 'Mr and Mrs Smith’]’).

    1. 2

      As a result of that application HM Land Registry issued notices to a number of people, including [Mr Smith nor Mrs Smith], and [Mr Smith nor Mrs Smith] responded to the notices issued to them by requiring the registrar to deal with my application under the Land Registration Act 2002, Schedule 6, paragraph 5. As a consequence of this, the registrar rejected my application and it was cancelled on [insert date].

    1. 3

      Although my application was rejected, [Mr Smith nor Mrs Smith] have not taken any steps to evict me from the Blue Land beyond writing a letter asking me to vacate the land. I ignored this letter since I considered their opposition to my original application was unjustified and that to vacate the land would interfere with my business, as

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