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Part 8 - Restrictions 

Adverse Possession:

188. Applications for registration - procedure

(1) An application under paragraph 1 or 6 of schedule 6 to the Act must be in form ADV1 and be accompanied by -
(a) a statutory declaration (or statement of truth) made by the applicant not more than one month before the application is taken to have been made, together with any supporting statutory declarations (or statements of truth), to provide evidence of adverse possession of the registered estate in land or rentcharge against which the application is made for a period which if it were to continue from the date of the applicant's statutory declaration (or statement of truth) to the date of the application would be -
(i) where the application is under paragraph 1, of not less than ten years (or sixty years, if paragraph 13 of Schedule 6 to the Act applies) ending on the date of the application, or
(ii) where the application is under paragraph 6, of not less than two years beginning with the date of rejection of the original application under paragraph 1 and ending on the date of the application,
(b) any additional evidence which the applicant considers necessary to support the claim.

(2) The statutory declaration (or statement of truth) by an applicant in support of an application under paragraph1 of Schedule 6 to the Act must also -
(a) if the application relates to part only of the land in a registered title, exhibit a plan which enables that part to be identified on the Ordnance Survey map, unless that part is referred to in the statutory declaration or statement of truth by reference to the title plan and this enables that part to be so identified,
(b) if reliance is placed on paragraph 1(2) of Schedule 6 to the Act, contain the facts relied upon with any appropriate exhibits,
(c) contain confirmation that paragraph 1(3) of Schedule 6 to the Act does not apply,
(d) where the application is to be registered as proprietor of a registered rentcharge, contain confirmation that the proprietor of the registered rentcharge has not re-entered the land out of which the rentcharge issues,
(e) contain confirmation that to the best of his knowledge the restriction on applications in paragraph 8 of Schedule 6 to the Act does not apply,
(f) contain confirmation that to the best of his knowledge the estate or rentcharge is not, and has not been during any of the period of alleged adverse possession, subject to a trust (other than one where the interest of each of the beneficiaries is an interest in possession),
(g) if, should a person given notice under paragraph 2 of schedule 6 to the Act require the application to be dealt with under paragraph 5 of that Schedule, it is intended to rely on one or more of the conditions set out in paragraph 5 of Schedule 6 to the Act, contain the facts supporting such reliance.

(3) The statutory declaration (or statement of truth) by an applicant in support of an application under paragraph 6 of Schedule 6 to the Act must also -
(a) if the application relates to part only of the land in a registered title, exhibit a plan which enables that part to be identified clearly on the Ordnance Survey map, unless the previous rejected application related only to that part, or that part is referred to in the statutory declaration or statement of truth by reference to the title plan and this enable that part to be so identified.
(b) contain full details of the previous rejected application,
(c) contain confirmation that to the best of his knowledge the restriction on applications in paragraph 8 of schedule 6 to the Act does not apply,
(d) contain confirmation that to the best of his knowledge the estate or rentcharge is not, and has not been during any of the period of alleged adverse possession, subject to a trust (other than one where the interest of each of the beneficiaries is an interest in possession),
(e) contain confirmation that paragraph 6(2) of schedule 6 to the Act does not apply, and
(f) where the application is to be registered as proprietor of a registered rentcharge, contain confirmation that the proprietor of the registered rentcharge has not re-entered the land out of which the rentcharge issues.

(4) A statement of truth by an applicant under paragraph 1 or 6 of schedule 6 to the Act, and any supporting statements of truth, may be made in form ST1 or Form ST2, as appropriate.        

 

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