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20After schedule 1 there shall be inserted—S
(introduced by section 10(2A))
This notice gives details of certain maintenance or work carried out in relation the property specified in the notice. The effect of the notice is that a person may, on becoming the owner of the property, be liable by virtue of section 10(2A) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9) for any outstanding costs relating to the maintenance or work.
Property to which the notice relates:
(see note 1 below)
Description of the maintenance or work to which notice relates:
(see note 2 below)
Person giving notice:
(see note 3 below)
(see note 4 below)
Date of signing:”
Notes for completion
(These notes are not part of the notice)
1Describe the property in a way that is sufficient to identify it. Where the property has a postal address, the description must include that address. Where title to the property has been registered in the Land Register of Scotland, the description must refer to the title number of the property or of the larger subjects of which it forms part. Otherwise, the description should normally refer to and identify a deed recorded in a specified division of the Register of Sasines.
2Describe the maintenance or work in general terms.
3Give the name and address of the person applying for registration of the notice (“the applicant”) or the applicant’s name and the name and address of the applicant’s agent.
4The notice must be signed by or on behalf of the applicant.”
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