My wife and I own a leasehold property as Tenants in Common; I've checked and our Land Registry title register indicates this in "section B: Proprietorship Register"
RESTRICTION: No disposition by a sole proprietor of the registered estate (except a trust corporation) under which capital money arises is to be registered unless authorised by an order of the court.
Use this form to cancel a restriction if you are not the beneficiary.
If you wish to cancel a joint proprietor (Form A) restriction, you can use form ST5 to provide the necessary evidence to cancel the restriction but you still need to complete form RX3 as well.
I don't know what a "Form A" restriction is and I thought my wife and I were the beneficiaries. Instructions also say to "include the correct fee" but the fee list page does not make it clear to me which category this is in. There's even a handy fee calculator but again, I can't see which is the right option.
I know from dealing with HMRC that if things aren't perfectly right I am likely to just get it back without much explanation. Solicitor's quotes for this work are coming in at several hundred pounds and it seems like this should be something we can do directly.
Can anyone clear up the process and my confusion?