There are 2 types of Agreed Notice
For the purpose of this service we are only concerned with a notice that is accompanied by the charging order. There are 2 types of charging order:
The court makes a charging order nisi prior to a full hearing, and then grants the absolute after the hearing, provided it is justified. Both charging orders can and should be registered. The nisi is usually registered in order to afford immediate protection of the creditor's interest, pending the full hearing.
Whilst this service is free, HM Land Registry will require the statutory fee of £40 to register the Notice.
1. If you do not have an up to date copy of the Title Register you should obtain one. You will need to pay for this. Please click the 'Current Title Register' link in the menu on the right. The Title Register contains information that you will need to complete Form AN1.
2. You should have to hand a sealed copy of the Charging Order, i.e. a copy of the charging order that has been stamped by the court. If you do not have a copy you should obtain it either from the court or from the solicitor who represented you at court.
3. Next you need to download form AN1. Please click the 'Form AN1 link in the menu on the right to download it now.
4. Complete the form. There are 8 questions to answer.
5. You should look at the top of the Title Register, just above the Title Number. The Land Registry office dealing with your property is shown. You will need to look up their address, using the following link:
6. You should send your completed AN1 form to the Land Registry office for the area dealing with the property identified in step 5.
These forms are provided free of charge. Please click the links below to downlad them directly.
You may need an up to date copy of your Title Register to be able to complete the forms. If you do, then this can be obtained via our website for our standard fee. Alternatively it can also be obtained directly from HM Land Registry at a reduced cost.