Manorial Rights

Manorial Rights

Postby gardenlaw » Mon Jan 20, 2014 1:04 pm

The Law Society Gazette for 20th January 2014 says the Land Registry has received 73,000 claims asserting rights such as hunting, shooting, fishing and mining.
The Welsh Assembly member for Angelsey said 4,000 of his constituents have received letters about manorial rights.
"This is having a knock on effect" he said. "We have clear evidence from numerous people who have been told they cannot get a mortgage or remortgage because the notice has been registered. People's lives are on hold while this is sorted out".

Residents in Welwyn and Hatfield have created a website Business Minister Michael Fallon told the Commons last week that the Land Registry had done what it can to explain people's rights. No understanding there then!
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Re: Manorial Rights

Postby jdfi » Sun Oct 12, 2014 9:02 am

There is a week left before the campaign group appear before the Select Committee.

Please can all members read, and consider signing the petition linked from the above website.
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