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It can, yes. It is a restriction on the property. It needs to be discharged or an undertaking given.
So yes, if its a charge, it can be from a Court order.
As such, it needs to be resolved for completion.
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If it was granted by a Court., yes.It would be back of a Court order. Interim is same as final.
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