Transfer clauses—sale by liquidator
Transfer clauses—sale by liquidator

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

  • Transfer clauses—sale by liquidator
  • Panel 4—Transferor
  • Panel 9—Title guarantee
  • Panel 11—Additional provisions
  • Panel 12—Execution
  • Schedule 1Part 1
  • The Lease[s] under which the Property is held
  • Schedule 2Part 2
  • The Occupational Lease[s] to which the Property is subject

Transfer clauses—sale by liquidator

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Panel 4—Transferor

[insert name of the registered proprietor] (in liquidation) (the Transferor) acting by [any one of] its [joint] liquidator[s], [insert name of first liquidator] (Insolvency Practitioner) of [insert address][and [insert name of second liquidator] (Insolvency Practitioner) of [insert address]] (the Liquidator[s])

Panel 9—Title guarantee

The Transferor, being a company in liquidation, gives no covenants for title whether express or implied by the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1994, the Land Registration Act 2002 or otherwise

Panel 11—Additional provisions

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    The Transferor is in [voluntary liquidation under a [members’ OR creditors’

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