Land Registry dispute

Q: Can a new partner who has not signed a partnership agreement, so is in a partnership 'at will', go to the Land Registry and introduce a new clause to the lapsed partnership's title deed for the surgery? The Land Registry has allowed this to happen without checking the signatories on the old partnership agreement. What can be done if the Land Registry refuses to remove the clause from the deed? It has informed us that parties in dispute must negotiate a solution or refer the problem to an adjudicator.

by Lynne Abbess

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