The declaration or certificate should reveal the applicant`s interest; For example, mentioning a written agreement is not acceptable without providing further information. A contract with a lessor or management company, whether in a lease agreement, contract, transfer or any other way that renders the power of the registered owner, may be reflected in the registration of a restriction. However, given the potential inconveniences and costs that both parties may bear if compliance is met, it is appropriate to carefully consider whether a restriction is really necessary. The restriction request can be submitted in the form of RX1. If the restriction relates to agreements contained in a lease agreement, the LR13 clause may use a mandatory clause contract. The date in brackets, at the beginning of the second part of the entry, is the date on which the current beneficiary was registered in the notice of contract. If a unilateral notification is to be made in relation to an agreement, it must contain information about the purpose of the agreement, for example. B: If the application is submitted by the registered holder or with the agreement of the registered holder, no copy of the agreement is required. However, when a copy of the application is filed, it is retained and generally made available as a publicly available document (Article 66 of the Land Registry Act 2002 and Section 135 of the 2003 Land Code). This can contribute to future compliance with the conditions of restriction. If the person entering into a deferred payment contract is a co-owner and his co-registrations have not collected the tax, the tax only affects his economic interests and not the registered fee. 2) Certificate of Compliance That Is Required to Register an Order An “L-form” restriction is often used when a property owner has an agreement with another that states that the owner is doing something in particular. The restriction prevents the owner from selling the property without providing a certificate that the requirement has been met.

Such a certificate may be required by the owner`s lawyer or by the person who benefits from the restriction. The restriction often refers to a particular agreement; For example, if the parents sold a property to their child and entered into a loan agreement with the child to facilitate the purchase, the restriction may stipulate that the child cannot transfer the property without the parents (or their lawyer) presenting a certificate certifying that the terms of the loan agreement have been met. Another common situation in which this restriction is used is when the seller and buyer of a property have entered into an overabundance contract (. B for example, an agreement stipulating that the buyer pays the seller 50% of the capital gain of the land if a development permit is granted within 20 years of the purchase of the land). Such an agreement can only be implemented between the original parties, so that the original seller of the property (the former beneficiary) normally requires the buyer to ensure that all subsequent owners/buyers of the property enter into the same agreement with the elderly beneficiary (until the end of the overrun). This obligation would be protected by a limitation of ownership. What can`t be entered as a title restriction? As a general rule, the restrictions in the registry are in the standard forms.