Form

Deceased joint proprietor (DJP)

Application form DJP: remove the name of a joint proprietor from the register, after a death.

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Deceased joint proprietor (DJP)

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Deceased joint proprietor (DJP)

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Details

Use this form when you need to remove a deceased owner’s name from the register and there is still a surviving owner.

Address

Send the completed form to our standard address.

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Published 24 October 2012
Last updated 25 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. We added a guidance note about our personal information charter, which explains how we process customer data.
  2. The form has been amended to make its completion simpler for members of the public.
  3. The form has been amended to make it easier for a member of the public to complete.
  4. We have added a side note to panel 6 as a result of a change in our procedures. From 11 January 2016 we will change how we send warning of cancellation letters and what they contain.
  5. Advice as to the completion of the form has been added
  6. Panel 4 and the associated side notes have been amended to clarify that we do not return documents lodged with applications once they are completed.
  7. Added translation