I’m sorry to say that with no deeds, it is unlikely that you will get it upgraded to Absolute Title.
That is quite simply because there is no proof of ownership and possessor in title is basically an interim measure just in case anyone else comes forward, claiming ownership.
have a look specifically at section 1 in the 1st and second paragraphs.
Don’t get excited about rule 27 because it contains very little: https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2003/1417/article/27/made
I’m sorry to say that unless there is a unequivocal proof with other documents and statements such as solicitors files et cetera, it’s unlikely in the extreme that you are going to get this done before the statutory period passes. Once the land registry has made its mind up, from experience, that’s the end of it.
I’m sorry, I know this is not the answer you wanted.
Unless the land registry has made a mistake, it’s generally not worth challenging. If you do, then it’s a matter for the Land Tribunal but I wouldn’t hold my breath at the thought of it succeeding.
I’m sorry, I know it’s not the answer you wanted.
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