Back in July 2016, Talking Finance published a blog drawing attention to some of the problems that have been encountered by lawyers and lenders when filing a DS1 form. In one particular case,[1] the High Court decided that where a DS1 form was filed in error by a lender, the register of title could be rectified to reinstate the lender’s charge.

This case has recently been considered by the Court of Appeal.[2] Head over to Talking Property for a discussion of the decision and its impact on both borrowers and lenders.

[1] NRAM Plc v Evans and another [2015] EWHC 1543 (Ch)

[2] NRAM Plc v Evans others [2017] EWCA Civ 1013


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