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In this thread... you say, "We are legally required to note such data on the land register in certain circumstances ..." So when might a residential property NOT be listed please?

Asked on Sep 20 2014, House Prices in Poole | Report content

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  • Difficult to find now the Land Registry site has been dumbed down to the format, but see halfway down page in link below. House Price Index and Price Paid Data exclude: all commercial transactions. By this we mean any transaction that involves a transfer to a corporate body, company or business sales that have not been lodged with Land Registry. sales that were not for full market value. By this we mean, the sale of part of a property, a share of a property or the sale of a property at a discount. Examples include a repossession sale or a transfer between parties on divorce transfers, conveyances, assignments or leases at a premium with nominal rent which are: ‘Right to buy’ sales at a discount subject to a lease subject to an existing mortgage buy to let (where they can be identified by a mortgage deed) to effect the sale of a share in a property by way of a gift under a compulsory purchase order under a court order to Trustees appointed under Deed of appointment where no beneficial interest passes Vesting Deeds Transmissions or Assents of more than one property of a Retirement property Leases for seven years or less

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    Answered on Sep 20 2014, Report content

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