When dealing with applications by means other than post, DX or personal delivery, the Chief Land Registrar may give notice publicising this.
Under the Land Registration Rules 2003, Schedule 2, the Chief Land Registrar may, if satisfied that adequate arrangements have been made or will be in place for dealing with applications and other matters by means other than post, DX or personal delivery, give notice publicising the arrangements. The Chief Land Registrar has given notice of the arrangements in the following Notices:
Land Charges Rules 1974 (as amended)
Land Charges Fees Rules 1990 (as amended)
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