I attended a mediation meeting regarding a money Claims regarding some land, as a guest for a person that as been served with court proceedings. I was not a party to the procceedings in any way and the Court claim pack did't have my name mentioned. Because the land in question had been sold to me, I was pressured to sign the agreement consent order to close my land title at the land registry. My question is, can I apply to the court to revoke my part of the consent order by way of obtaining a judgement order on the grounds that I was not a party to the proceedings. I need this judgement order to apply to the land registry for reopen my title.
N0 I am not a party of the claimants or defence , even not an intervener
I was just a mediation member, as a guest only
I asked the land registry would they consider to reopen my land title number if I applied with additional information and supporting evidence.
They explained to me that they would have to contact their Lawyer to dicide whether or not I had grounds to apply for rectification of the closed title number.
My Question is, would the Land Registry lawyer consider reopening my title number even if I had good documentry evidence to support my application.
The land registry as closed the title number due to the County Court Consent order sent to them by the claimants solicitor.
so would the Land Registry Lawyer consider my application for rectification of my title with me being not a party to proceedings and not being represented by an solicitor at the mediation
What would your professional oppinion be, if I wrote to the Land registry with my supporting information.
what percentage you would give me on succeeding with the Land Registry Lawyer of reopening my title number even with this County Court order Even if I did't agree with the mediation and stated I had become an intervener.
I have nothing to loose, is it worth price of a postage stamp and time.
Your honest oppinion would be very much appreciated.