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Thank you for your question. The simple answer is that yes, they can do this until the point the sale is finalised and concluded. However, it will depend on the reason as to why. However, sometimes this requires to be done during the sale as the plans which are subject to the land register no long reflect the realistic layout of the plans and therefore an alteration is required in order to ensure everything coincides with any adjustments which have been made since the last registration of the deed. However, you should raise this query with your housing solicitor and they will be able to look at the physical plans and give advice based on what is in from of them.
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