LLC1 FORM PDF

Form LLC1 (Local Land Charges Rules Schedule 1, Form C) Official Number. The duplicate of this form must also be completed: a carbon copy will suffice. LLC1 Requisition for search and official certificate of search – (3 pages). Description Enquiries before Contract for Sale (Long Form) – [AE40] [GE29R] [ GE30C]. LLC1 and CON29 Forms. Form LLC1. This is an official form that you or your solicitor can submit to the Authority to obtain information listed in the Local Land.

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Requisition for search and official certificate of search (Conveyancing)

Function of the LLC Service. An LLC1 search can be carried out in respect of 12 parts of the Register or just single parts. It is often these items that without the CON29 enquiry form would go unnoticed and have a material effect on the future use, development and enjoyment as well as laying a financial burden on the property.

The LLC Section maintains the statutory LLC Register, facilitates statutory official and personal searches of the Register and completes the CON29 enquiry forms submitted officially and in some cases facilitates access to CON29 information by the private search sector and any member of the public. This site uses cookies to vorm correctly, to allow them Click Here by allowing cookies NO personal details are transfered, for further details read our privacy policy.

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There are 12 different parts of the LLC Register covering a wide range of areas, e.

The search results are used to assist a prospective purchaser to decide on the desirability and suitability of the property as well as informing of any enforceable registrations in existence and future proposals under consideration at the time the search was carried out.

The majority of information used in response to the CON29 enquiries comes from within the local authority or from for County Council where applicable. Purpose of the Register To record details of all entries registered against properties within the borough that fall within the definition of a local land charge e.

The CON29 enquiry form serves to provide prospective purchasers with information that relates to the property fotm searched and in some cases the area where the from is situated. To provide applicants with details of entries on the LLC Register in respect of the property s being searched.

Completion of the CON29 form by the LA is not a statutory function but a contractual one upon payment of the required fee. The form contains a standard set of enquiries agreed by central government, the Law Society and local l,c1. These remain the principal regulations governing the Local Land Charges Register, maintenance, access and the charging of fees.

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Form LLC1 – Luton Council

Purpose The CON29 enquiry form serves to provide prospective purchasers with information that relates to the property being searched and in some cases the area where the property is situated. Whilst some of the enquiries seem to replicate areas of the LLC Register this is not the case as the information revealed in response relates to notices or procedures prior to LLC Registration.

To record details of all entries registered against properties within the borough that fall within the definition of a local land charge e.

Local Land Charges were created by the Land Charges Act of with Registers being maintained by both county and district authorities.

To guarantee accuracy and provision of the latest information, the Local Land Charges Institute always recommends the use of an Official Local Authority Search consisting of an official LLC1 and CON29 form, submitted to and completed by the relevant local authority.

Local government reorganisation in the early s resulted in the closure of vorm County Registers.

A CON29 enquiry form can be completed by either the local authority or another body.