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I have just read Thomas'es reply which was posted 7 years

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I have just read Thomas'es reply which was posted 7 years ago, just wondering if things are still the same when you extend and build another property on a house that you own to rent and live in another. When can I register the new property with Land Registry
JA: What steps have you taken so far? Have you prepared or filed any paperwork?
Customer: No
JA: Where is the house located?
Customer: Dartford Kent
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Customer: No just now own two houses where before was one, had planning permission built around 10 years ago
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Hi thank you for your message, please note that I will look to provide an accurate but nevertheless speedy reply to your inquiry. I will endeavour to help you today.

This is a relatively straightforward process if in essence, you want to split your title deeds. You could split the title deeds now. You should instruct a conveyancer to do this for you as they can then fill in and sign the requisite forms as the land registry require a conveyancer or solicitor to sign the ID1 which is an ID form you have to send with the forms. I trust this assists

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