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You can request it from the Land Registry - you can obtain it using their online services: www.landreg.gov.uk
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I've already been to the Land Registry website and bought the extract from the Land Registry but this does not show the details that were on the TR1 form.
Is there a different document I need to obtain from the Land Registry that will information about the covenant that was on the TR1?
The doc I bought is the Title Register.
Yes, when you've got most likely is a Register View, but you can actually get the TR1 too. You might have to call them to get it, but you can get it. If there was a covenant on the TR1, then it should be on the Register View too - it would be most unlikely to only be inthe TR1.
The document contains a title extract and a full copy of the register. Ownership of the property was transferred to my ex-wife in 2008 but I remained on the joint mortgage. The TR1 covering the transfer contained a clause that she would covenent to indemnify me in respect of any financial liability with respect to the mortgage. I'm trying to get hold of either the TR1 or find where this wording appears. It's not in the copy of the register.....
I see. You can get it from the Land Registry - they retain all of them in electronic form. As I say you might need to call the district land registry concerned, which is stated in the Register View.
Ok I'll give it a go - thanks for your help!
Thank you and good luck with this!
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