Transfer clauses

Transfer clauses guidance:

So that the Transferor can give a good receipt for the purchase money, [insert details of sole surviving registered proprietor or estate owner] in exercise of [his OR...

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The current competition regime (Competition Act 1998) prohibits: • anti-competitive agreements (Chapter I) • abuse of a dominant position (Chapter II) Chapter II applies...

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The Groceries Market Investigation (Controlled Land) Order 2010 made by the Competition Commission (whose functions were transferred to the Competition and Markets...

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1 Definitions In this agreement the following definitions apply: Grantee [insert name and address of the Grantee] Grantee's Land the property known as [insert address]...

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Under the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1994 (LP(MP)A 1994), the seller will normally provide covenants for title, in standard form, by...

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Covenants for title are implied on a transfer of land when the seller sells with full or limited title guarantee, or with their Welsh equivalents, gyda...

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The use and occupation of land often depends on the land in question having the benefit of easements — for example, a right of way or a right of drainage. These rights...

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Section 62 of the Law of Property Act 1925 (LPA 1925) (section 62) is, in essence, a word-saving device. However, it can also operate on a conveyance of part to convert a...

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Incorporated v unincorporated charities There are currently a number of incorporated or unincorporated structures that are adopted by charities. Unincorporated charities...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): From 4 May 2020, HM Land Registry has updated its guidance to confirm that it will, until further notice, accept for the purposes of registration...

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Gift of land—transfer clauses Use HM Land Registry Form TR1 and insert in the panels specified below the wording shown Panel 8—consideration The transfer is not for money...

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1 The Grantor grants to the Grantee the right for the Grantee and his successors in title as owners or occupiers for the time being of the Grantee's Land, to: 1.1 erect...

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There are three different ways by which an easement can be implied at common law: • necessity • intended use • the rule in Wheeldon v Burrows The implied grant of an...

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In a restrictive covenant, ‘annoyance’ can occur even where there is no legally actionable nuisance. Covenants in freehold transfers and leases frequently impose a...

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Restrictive covenants are frequently imposed when land is divided so that future development requires the consent of: • the original seller, or • the original seller and...

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1 If at any time the [Grantor OR Servient Owner] wishes to relocate, vary or alter the route of the [Road OR Service Media] for any reason then after the expiry of [two]...

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The ScheduleOverage–ascertainment and payment 1 Definitions In this Schedule the following definitions apply: Buyer's Surveyor a chartered surveyor with not less than 15...

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The ScheduleOverage—ascertainment and payment 1 Definitions In this Schedule the following definitions apply: Affordable Housing Unit means: (a) an ['affordable housing...

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A covenant is a form of contract. Under the doctrine of privity of contract the rights and liabilities created by a contract will bind the parties to it but no-one else....

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An individual or other body (the donor) can confer power on some other competent individual or other body (the attorney) to act as attorney on the donor’s behalf and in...

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Ordinarily, a transfer of land must be made by deed. However, where: • the estate of a deceased person includes a legal or equitable interest in freehold or leasehold...

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This Practice Note considers the terms ‘best endeavours’, ‘all reasonable endeavours’ and ‘reasonable endeavours’ that are frequently used in commercial agreements....

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Produced in partnership with ELM Law 1 Sale contract—restriction on title 1.1 The Buyer covenants with the Seller not to dispose or deal in any way with the whole or any...

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Clauses for the sale of a flying freehold—Form TR1 additional provisions 1 In this transfer 'the Covenantee' means [proprietor of the [upper OR lower] flat] of [insert...

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The [assignment OR transfer] of the [Property OR [insert appropriate definition for the property being assigned]] shall contain the following covenants: The Buyer...

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Panel 11 (transfer of whole)/panel 12 (transfer of part)—Additional provisions 1 Definitions [Lease the lease particulars of which are set out in Schedule 1 including any...

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1 Definitions Accessway means the accessway shown [as appropriate] on the Plan; Local Planning Authority means [as appropriate] or such other authority as shall have...

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1 1.1 [the covenants set out in sections 2 and 3 of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1994 shall not extend to matters which are referred to in the...

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1 Definitions Plan means the plan annexed to this Transfer; Retained Land means the Transferor’s land shown edged [as appropriate] on the Plan. 2 Restrictive covenants...

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1 Definitions Accessway means the accessway shown [as appropriate] on the Plan; Plan means the plan annexed to this Transfer; Retained Land means the Transferor’s land...

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