Module 6: 08.10 – 09.10am (1 General CPD Point)
Tuesday 3rd December 2019 = Seminar 6(a) in the Postal Booking Form
Tuesday 10th December 2019 = Seminar 6(b) in the Postal Booking Form
Land Registry Applications – What Can Go Wrong?
‘Preparing Applications For Lodgement in the PRA’
Applications lodged for registration in the Property Registration Authority in relation to registered property are frequently rejected or queried, often for routine matters. A properly prepared application will proceed to registration quickly providing an efficient mechanism for property registration. However, experience has shown that applications submitted to the Property Registration Authority frequently fall short on a number of fronts.
This session will be delivered at a practical level with a focus on aiding practitioners to prepare applications in accordance with the Land Registry’s requirements. The key aspects of this session will include.
- Documents required for the main dealing types
- Execution of Deeds
- The mapping of Land Registry dealings
- Main problems encountered with applications
(Applications for first registration will not be covered in this session).
Eamonn Morris is a Principal Officer in the Property Registration Authority with twenty years’ Land Registry experience. He is responsible for the overall management of Casework not requiring examination of title (Land Registry and Registry of Deeds) and Corporate Services.
Tom Brosnahan is Head of Mapping in the Property Registration Authority (PRA) and is also a member of the PRA Management Board. He has been assigned responsibility at principal level for technical mapping standards, reporting and advising on the mapping aspect of complex cases and on the potential use of PRA spatial data. Tom is a qualified Land Surveyor with a Post Grad Diploma in Spatial Information Management. He has worked in the Land Registry/PRA since 1979. Tom completed the IMI Leadership diploma programme in 2018 and is just about to complete the IMI Executive Coaching diploma programme.