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Form DJP

Application to remove from the register the name of a deceased joint proprietor

Last updated 22 July 2014

If applicant wants to apply to Land Registry to withdraw the name of a deceased joint proprietor of the registered estate or of a charge or mortgage from the register, Applicant must use the DJP form. It must be accompanied by evidence.

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