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You can download a copy of the register for your property from the land registry's search engine:-
Enter the postcode for your property and if it is registered it will give you the option to download a copy of the register. There will be a £4.00 fee.
The register will list any such charges in the form of restrictions - these will be in Part C : Charges Register. It will not tell you how much is owing but it will tell you who has registered the charge and when it was registered.
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The charges will take the following form in the register:-
1. (date) REGISTERED CHARGE dated (date)
2. (date) Proprietor: Santander UK Plc (Co. Reg. No. XXXXXXXX) of (address)
This would mean there is one charge registered against the property in favour of Santander.
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