Cyfarwyddyd

Prydlesi: terfynu (CY26)

Sut mae prydlesi'n cael eu terfynu a sut mae'r terfynu'n effeithio ar deitlau cofrestredig (cyfarwyddyd ymarfer 26).

Dogfennau

Manylion

Mae’r cyfarwyddyd hwn yn rhoi gwybodaeth i chi am wahanol sefyllfaoedd lle caiff prydlesi eu terfynu a sut mae’r terfynu’n effeithio ar deitlau cofrestredig. Mae’n rhoi cyngor ar sut i gyflwyno’ch cais i Gofrestrfa Tir EM, ac yn esbonio pa ddogfennau sydd eu hangen i gefnogi’ch cais.

Mae’r cyfarwyddyd wedi ei anelu at drawsgludwyr a dylech ddehongli cyfeiriadau atoch ‘chi’ felly. Bydd staff Cofrestrfa Tir EM yn cyfeirio ato hefyd.

Dim ond gwybodaeth ffeithiol a chyngor diduedd ynghylch ein gweithdrefnau rydym yn eu darparu. Darllenwch ragor am y cyngor rydym yn ei roi.

Gweminarau

Gallwch ymuno â’n gweminarau di-dâl i gael cyngor ar ystod o bynciau cofrestru tir a sut i baratoi ceisiadau o safon.

Hysbysiadau ebost

Tanysgrifiwch i hysbysiadau ebost i gael y newidiadau diweddaraf i’n cyfarwyddiadau ymarfer.

Published 13 October 2003
Last updated 22 March 2021 + show all updates
  1. Note 3 to section 8 has been amended. The protections from forfeiture for non-payment of rent and recovery of rent for business tenancies have been extended to 30 June 2021 by the Business Tenancies (Protection from Forfeiture: Relevant Period) (Coronavirus) (England) Regulations 2021 and the Business Tenancies (Extension of Protection from Forfeiture etc) (Wales) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021, both of which come into force on 31 March 2021.

  2. Section 8.1 has been updated to reflect the fact that where forfeiture is based upon peaceable re-entry and the tenant is a company in administration, the consent of the administrator or the court is required.

  3. Note 3 to section 8 has been amended. The protections from forfeiture for non-payment of rent and recovery of rent for business tenancies have been extended to 31 March 2021 by the Business Tenancies (Protection from Forfeiture: Relevant Period) (Coronavirus) (England) (No 3) Regulations 2020 and the Business Tenancies (Extension of Protection from Forfeiture etc) (Wales) (Coronavirus) (No 3) Regulations 2020, both of which come into force on 31 December 2020.

  4. Note 3 to section 8 has been amended. The provisions protecting business tenants from enforcement of rights of re-entry or forfeiture have been extended in both England and Wales until 31 December 2020.

  5. Note 3 to section 8 has been amended following the extension of the provision in Section 82 of the Coronavirus Act 2020 which extends the provisions protecting business tenants from enforcement of rights of re-entry or forfeiture until 30 September 2020.

  6. Section 7.1 has been amended to confirm that a copy of the notice must be enclosed when the lease is determined by notice.

  7. Note 3 has been added to section 8 as a result of the Coronavirus Act 2020.

  8. Section 3 has been amended to confirm that an application for merger should be expressly applied for on the accompanying application form. If there is no express application but a deed suggests an intention to merge, we will only proceed with merger if all the conditions for merger are satisfied.

  9. Note 3 has been added to section 2.1.1.1 as a reminder that when the determining lease is a concurrent lease, the title number(s) of all concurrent leases need to be included in the AP1.

  10. Section 8.1 has been amended to clarify what must be sent to us when a lease has been determined by forfeiture based on a court order.

  11. Section 2.1 has been amended to reflect our current practice relating to the use of copy documents for some applications for first registration. Section 2.1.5, which dealt with submitting applications in accordance with a customer team arrangement or a particular office has been deleted as all applications should now be submitted to the address stated in HM Land Registry address for applications which is the address of HM Land Registry’s scanning centre. Sections 4.2, 5.2 and 13 have been updated and section 4.3 has been added to reflect the introduction of Land Transaction Tax for transactions affecting land in Wales completed on or after 1 April 2018.

  12. References to a leasehold valuation tribunal in section 8.1 have been changed to ‘the appropriate tribunal’ as there are now different tribunals in England and Wales.

  13. Section 2.1.2 has been amended to make clear when the applicant needs to provide evidence to remove a form A restriction on surrender of a lease.

  14. Section 12.1 has been amended to explain that a separate application may be needed to register any registrable disposition where enlargement of a lease is not possible.

  15. Link to the advice we offer added.

  16. Welsh version added.

  17. Section 2.1.1 has been amended to clarify our practice when an application to determine a registered lease does not include reference to a registered reversionary title.

  18. First published.