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I bought an apartment in a UK holiday complex in 2007 and

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I bought an apartment in a UK holiday complex in 2007 and Land Registry are having a problem finding my apartment with the title numbers I have supplied from the plans I have in my possession ! Does each property have a separate deed number ?
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Thanks for your patience.

The flat will be leasehold and I presume the length of the term of the lease is longer than 7 years and therefore it should and will have a separate title number at the LR.

You should order the freehold copy of the register for the entire block that your apartment is in.

At the end of the freehold register it will have a Schedule of Leases noting all the registered titles for each lease for each flat. Yours will be on here. It will probably be denoted, for example, Flat 19, and then refer to a title number for it. You can then order the register by the title number to verify that the title is registered with you as registered proprietor of it.



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