What we do
The Land Registration Rule Committee (LRRC) is sponsored by the Land Registry to advise the Lord Chancellor on making land registration rules and specifying service fees for land registration and information services.
Who we are
The LRRC is made up of:
- either a judge of the Chancery Division of the High Court nominated by the Lord Chief Justice, or a judicial office holder nominated by him after consulting with the Lord Chancellor
- Chief Land Registrar
- a nominee from the General Council of the Bar
- a nominee from the Council of the Law Society
- a nominee from the Council of Mortgage Lenders
- a nominee from the Council for Licensed Conveyancers
- a nominee from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
- someone with experience in consumer affairs nominated by the Lord Chancellor
The current members are listed by name on the LRRC membership page
The Lord Chancellor can also nominate a committee member for qualifications or experience that he thinks will be valuable; the power of nomination has not been exercised.
We’re responsible for:
- reviewing drafts of land registration rules and fee orders for the purpose of advising and assisting the Lord Chancellor as to the making of such legislation
- considering and discussing papers provided by Land Registry officials
- making sure that drafts of secondary legislation are compatible with the Land Registration Act 2002, the European Convention on Human Rights and other relevant legislation
The Land Registration Rule Committee annual report is included in the Land Registry annual report and accounts 2014 to 2015 at page 42.
Finding of the report in the triennial review 2014 to 2015 of the Land Registration Rules Committee.
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