Local Land Charges Register

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A Local Land Charges Register is maintained by every local authority in England and Wales (with the exception of County Councils).

Purpose of the Register

To record details of all entries registered against properties within the borough that fall within the definition of a local land charge e.g. expressly made a local land charge by statute or a charge which is a restriction or prohibition on a parcel of land securing payment or restricting use and is binding on successive owners. There are 12 different parts of the LLC Register covering a wide range of areas, e.g. financial charges, planning, miscellaneous, aviation, listed buildings and light obstructions notices.

For further information go to the Local Land Charges Register website.

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