Sub-sale transfer
Sub-sale transfer

The following Property precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Sub-sale transfer

Sub-sale transfer

Precedent transfer

An adaptable Word version of the precedent form TR1 can be downloaded, saved or printed from the link on this page.

Drafting notes to precedent transfer

Panel 1 — Title numbers

If there are a number of properties, each title number should be listed alphanumerically and may be numbered starting with one, and each property listed in the same order as the title numbers and correspondingly numbered.

Panel 2 — Property description

The optional wording is for use where the Property is unregistered. It is not usually necessary to refer to a plan in a transfer of the whole of unregistered land. It is normally sufficient to refer to the conveyance or instrument containing the description of the Property. Only where the conveyance or instrument does not enable the land to be fully identified either by containing a plan, or by referring to the plan in an earlier deed, or containing or referring to a sufficiently clear verbal description, is a plan required to be referred to in the transfer.

Where a plan accompanies the transfer, HM Land Registry requires detailed rules relating to the plan to be followed, otherwise the application for registration will be rejected. The rules are set out in HM Land Registry Practice Guide 40. HM Land Registry will reject plans that have not been signed by the parties. The rules provide for

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