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EFIS 1, January 2005 : Conveyancing

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We have amended these forms to take account of the new commonhold regime which was introduced on 27th September 2004 under the provisions of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.

CON28B has been updated to include specific requisitions concerning the receipt of information relevant to a commonhold unit and commonhold community statement.

CON58 and CON59 now incorporate instructions relating to a conveyance involving a commonhold property.

Although practitioners can continue to use the existing editions of these forms for transactions which do not involve commonhold properties, we recommend that you use these updated forms on receipt of this update.

Finally, forms CON41A, LRTP3-Flexi and LRTP3NOPOP-Flexi have had minor amendments and are available for your immediate use.

Forms affected

LRTP3NOPOP-Flexi Transfer of portfolio of titles New/Amended
LRTP3-Flexi Transfer of portfolio of titles New/Amended
CON58 Conveyancing checklist: Steps to be taken for the vendor New/Amended
CON59 Conveyancing Check-list: Steps to be taken for the purchaser New/Amended
CON28B Requisitions on Title New/Amended
CON41A Request by Executors or Administrators to be registered as Members of a Company New/Amended

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