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Registration of Land

At Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins clients are encouraged to apply for voluntary first registration of their property and land with the Land Registry. This ensures that certain rights such as sporting and manorial rights are recorded. There are various reasons why we offer this advice to include the following:

  • greater protection against the possibility of losing title by adverse possession;
  • the provision of state-backed registration, giving greater security of title;
  • increased certainty and ease of buying and selling property;
  • the indemnification of proprietors against any loss if they are deprived of their state-backed title on a rectification of the register
  • the register sets out all the rights that benefit and affect the title to the property;
  • the full extent of the land in title is shown by an up to date plan which reduces the chances of there being a boundary dispute.

We also regularly deal with common land registration.

Please feel free to contact Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins:

By telephone:- on 01686 412166

By fax:- 01686 413580

email:- web@mjjsolicitors.co.uk

by completing our online enquiry form

by writing or calling into our office at:-

Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins,

Mid Wales House,

Great Oak Street,



SY18 6BN.

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Rachel Mole
Sabrina Wiltshire-Fessey

Ruth Hendry

Chartered Legal Executive Probate Practitioner and Conveyancing Practitioner

William Ransford, BA (Hons)

Solicitor / Director and Notary

"Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins have handled various transactions for me for over 35 years. Indeed, the firm also acted for my late father since the 1950s. I have always found the service to be excellent and second to none."
Garth Williams, formerly of Dolhafren, Caersws