be honest, if she wants £1000 for registering a property for which the deeds
have been lost and she will do it for a fixed fee, that I would get my cheque
is about as much do it yourself job as removing your own appendix blindfolded
and not all solicitors are capable of doing it either. You are going to have to
swear statutory declarations as to ownership and use.
This situation is not at all uncommon and the
land registry therefore have put together this useful guide which will point
you in the right direction http://www.landregistry.gov.uk/professional/guides/practice-guide-2
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