<p style="text-align: justify;">Each and every field related with the buying and selling of the properties includes various types of rules and regulations in it by which the desired results are given to the people as per their need and requirement when the entire process <a href="http://www.enactconveyancingbrisbane.com.au/conveyancing-process-brisbane.php">Enact Conveyancing Brisbane</a> gets completed in the given time period. The changes now mean that the occupier/squatter has to express to HM Land Registry an intention of acquiring the property within two years after they have occupied it for ten years. The whole principle of adverse possession is that the property has been forgotten and that the occupier has genuinely needed it for a home and maintained it without permission.</p>
This process is able to run very smoothly and efficiently if it is held under the proper guidance and requirement of an individual as per his need and requirement. Once the requirements of the clients are known very best results are given to them. These changes give the message that advance permission is now needed to acquire a property and that an owner can expect to receive warning of such intention. He/she can surely remain safe in the knowledge that they will be reminded after ten years not to ‘forget’ their property again.
Another point is that not all occupiers seek to acquire ownership of the property they have occupied for twelve years and the action of registering their interest at HM Land Registry only does ‘register their interest’. It means that if the property is sold they have a claim to the value or to resist the sale not that they are the outright owner.
An intention to register an interest to acquire ownership rights seems not only like sentence swathed in red tape but also a complete lack of joined up thinking. The Empty Homes Agency are very concerned at any changes in legislation that would make it easier for owners to keep properties empty for owners when they completely ‘forget’ the fact that they own such a valuable commodity and, presumably, are in no need of a home themselves.