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The Local Land Charges Rules 2018

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Variation and cancellation of registrations other than in respect of a light obstruction notice

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6.—(1) This rule applies to all registrations of charges in the register except the registration of a light obstruction notice.

(2) Where a registered charge has been varied or any registration is incorrect, the person by whom the charge is enforceable must apply for the variation or cancellation of the registration.

(3) Where a registered charge has been discharged, ceased to have effect or ceased to be a charge, the person by whom the charge was enforceable must apply for the cancellation of the registration.

(4) An application for the variation or cancellation of a registration must identify the charge.

(5) The application must be made using an electronic means of communication and in accordance with any determination by the registrar under rule 13.

(6) The registrar must vary a registration if an application for its variation is received from the person by whom the charge is enforceable.

(7) The registrar may of his or her own motion vary a registration if satisfied that the charge has been varied or that the registration is incorrect.

(8) The registrar must cancel a registration if an application for its cancellation is received from the person by whom the charge is or was enforceable.

(9) The registrar may of his or her own motion cancel a registration if satisfied that the charge has been discharged, ceased to have effect or ceased to be a charge, or that the registration is incorrect.

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