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Land Registration Act 2002

Do-it-yourself conveyancing

243.Paragraph 7 puts the registrar under a duty to provide assistance to enable do-it-yourself conveyancers to conduct their own conveyancing notwithstanding the introduction of a land registry network. That duty will only relate to the procedural and practical aspects of the conveyancing transaction. As now, the registrar will not provide legal advice. It is envisaged that the registrar will carry out the electronic transactions on their directions, and that this service will be available from district registries.

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