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It means that someone is wishing to protect a claim against the house and a restriction ensures that your house is not sold without their knowledge and consent.
It could be a lender ( ie mortgagee or second chargee).
Does this make sense?
Please let me know if you require any further clarification.
yes that helps as part of a will, two beneficiaries have and interest.
But should I know their address as paperwork received from Land Registry shows incorrect information. Both applicants no longer currently reside at addresses shown on restriction. It was current and true at making of will and when deceased passed.
Thanks for your reply.
The Land Registry should have taken the address(es) from the application form completed by the applicant, so I'm not sure why the address is incorrect. You should therefore write back to the Land Registry to inform them of this mistake, as once the Restriction is registered, it will show on the Deed to the property who has the benefit of the Restriction and their address.
I hope this helps.