At this stage the application has not been fully considered so if we need to notify you then that may yet happen.
We would write/email such a notification to the contact details on the register itself.
If you wish to be notified each time we receive a significant application against the title then you can use our Property Alert service. This notifies you when a significant application is received only. It does not notify you on completion. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/property-alert
If you want to update the register re your contact details, such as add an email address, then you can do so https://www.gov.uk/registering-land-or-property-with-land-registry/update-or-correct-the-register
I would strongly recommend seeking legal advice on what legal rights a spouse has here. It’s a legal challenge that counts. Any registration challenge comes after that. However you may wish to wait to see if the application is successful first
Please refer to the footnote at HR1 form, reproduced below:
"Under section 66 of the Land Registration Act 2002 most documents (including this form) kept by the registrar relating to an application to the registrar or referred to in the register are open to public inspection and copying. If you believe a document contains prejudicial information, you may apply for that part of the document to be made exempt using Form EX1, under rule 136of the Land Registration Rules 2003".
By virtue of the above, can I request Land Registry to send me a copy of the application and associated documents. Or if that is not possible, if I can send somebody on my behalf to Land Registry and have a look/copy the application/ associated documents.
My concern is that Land Registry is being mislead. I am referring to Home Rights Notice Application M907CCR, made against 43 Lidstone Close, Woking, GU21 3BG.
If you want to apply for a copy of the application form HR1 then you can do so by post
Whether someone is using the property as a matrimonial home relates to the Family Law Act itself and what that covers re their rights and that of the owning spouse for example.
As section 1 of the PG explains the Notice protects the spouse's right to occupy the home. It does not mean they have to use it as such as you may be suggesting.
As such you may wish to follow the guidance provided on the issued notification and in the PG itself and seek legal advice as to what your rights and those of the applicant are here
If you wish to apply for copies of the form HR1 and accompanying correspondence then you can do so using form OC2 and paying the required fees
The documents available with the form HR1 are items of correspondence only with regards completion of the application form and confirmation of the applicant's address. These are dated
23 Oct 2019, 28 Oct 2019 (x 2), 30 Oct 2019 (x 2), 4 Nov 2019 and 19 Nov 2019
If the answer is none; then how a fraudulent claim can be screened out?
We register the Notice of the fact that a spouse has claimed their rights under the wider Law. We don;t confirm or register that those rights are legal or exist. Your Qs are for a legal adviser
I'm assuming you have not read the notice you received, the form HR1 or the PG I linked you to which all explain this in more detail.
If you believe that the applicant has no rights over the property then that is a matter of law and for the courts to decide upon.
Please read the guidance and seek legal advice. The fact that a Notice has been registered means that the applicant is putting others on notice that they have a right to occupy the property under the specific law.