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CLS is pleased to announce the launch of ChancelCheck® Premium, our NEW enhanced ChancelCheck® search for large land areas.
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The Law Society reported today that the Parochial Church Council of St Mary the Virgin in Horsell, Woking, has decided not to enforce or impose chancel repair liability on its community. For those affected in this parish there will be a huge sigh of relief to have this potentially crippling liability removed…but is that really the case?
The church of St Mary the Virgin in Horsell has confirmed this morning that the Law Society Gazette has misreported the demise of chancel repair…Read More
The Land Registration Act 2002 has meant that overriding interests must be registered by midnight on 12th October 2013. However, because the liability only falls away at the point of first or next registration, there is in fact no deadline date when CRL stops.
If the liability has already been registered it is an obligation that lasts in perpetuity – so the conveyancer still needs to check…Read More
Chancel Repair Liability (CRL) DOESN’T stop after 13th October 2013 and below are some common misconceptions regarding this thorny issue
Chancel Repair Liability (CRL) ends on 13th October 2013.
If the liability has already been registered it is an obligation that lasts in perpetuity – so the conveyancer still needs to check the title documents. Chancel Repair Liability doesn’t stop after 12/10/2013...