2. Apply to the tribunal
Apply to the tribunal if you want to correct or cancel (sometimes known as ‘set aside’) certain documents relating to registered land. You can also object to someone else’s application. These are known as ‘rectification cases’.
Apply to make a change to a document
Download and fill in the application form and send it to the address on the form.
You must also include a statement saying that you believe that the facts stated in the application are true.
The tribunal will then send, or tell you to send, a copy of the application to all other interested parties.
You’ll be told whether there’ll be a hearing to decide your case.
Object to a change of a document
Download and fill in the objection form and send it to the address given in the form.
You must send the form within 28 days of getting your copy of an application to change the register.
Your response must include your reasons for objecting to the application, giving all relevant facts and evidence
You’ll need to include a list of and copies of all documents that:
- are important to your case
- the tribunal and all interested parties will need to understand the case
You’ll be told by the tribunal if there’ll be a hearing to decide your case.
You can get help with the appeal process and forms by contacting the Land Registration division of the Property Chamber. The helpline can’t give you legal advice.