No, there is a plan with an areas tinted pink and we own a further part which is not tinted. No notice has been received in relation to that part. One element of our objection to the Land Registry with regard to the notice is that our conveyance includes mines and minerals (an objection which they have dismissed as groundless). So presumably if they are not claiming rights to this remaining parcel, those may well belong to us (perhaps that part of land was owned prior to enclosure). Only concern is that if we apply, it may prompt an attempt to counter and register those rights too - so other option is to wait until 13 Oct deadline had passed?
Yes, that makes sense.
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