Transaction (TA) forms
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A form to record information in relation to the sale and purchase of a property in commonhold.
This form is for the seller to give the prospective buyer detailed information about the property.
You're likely to need a TA6 for every purchase.
These notes help sellers understand what's being requested and explain the legal concepts that some of the questions deal with.
If you're acting for buyers and/or sellers in conveyancing transactions, you may find it useful to share these notes.
For the seller to complete along with form TA6.
If you're using the Conveyancing Protocol, you should send both these forms to the seller to complete and return.
The TA7 form was updated in January 2023. From 14 February 2023, only the updated version should be used.
Questions you need to ask the developer for the information pack.
When buying a flat, use form TA7 to ask questions of the seller and forms LPE1 and LPE2 to ask the landlord or managing agent.
This form is to capture information relevant to acting on the sale or purchase of commonhold property.
For the seller to identify what's included in and excluded from the sale price. You're likely to need a TA10 for every purchase.
Makes sure the buyer has all the important information they need before completion. This includes property information and vacant possession.
(Some replies to requisitions are treated as a solicitor's undertaking.)
The TA13 form was updated in January 2023. From 14 February 2023, only the updated version should be used.
This form can be used to capture information relevant to acting on the sale or purchase of commonhold property.
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