From: Gemma Browne <Gemma.Browne@loveitts.co.uk>
Sent: 19 December 2018 13:36
To: craig fraser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: re, HOUSE SALE
Thank you for your e-mail.
I can confirm that Loveitts hold no records for 41 Catesby Road.
I have also checked our archive and there is nothing in here with reference to this address.
I have also checked Zoopla for the sold history to find there is no sold history relating to this property.
Residential Sales Manager
Coventry Head Office
29 Warwick Row
DDI : 024 7652 7769 Tel: 024 7625 8421 – Option (1) loveitts.co.uk
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 22 May 2018 13:46
Subject: FORMAL NOTICE Incident: 1...
Enquiry reference: 180509-004250 Application reference: Title number:WM336901
Dear craig fraser
Thank you for your email dated 9 May 2018 which has been treated as a complaint by Land Registry, I am one of the Team Leaders for HM Land Registry’s Customer Support team and have reviewed the concerns you have raised.
The property is 41 Catesby Road, Coventry CV6 3EU.
I have investigated your complaint and I confirm:
You requested documents that were sent to Land Registry resulting in the register being altered by a removal of your name as the registered proprietor of the above property.
We have replied to you on this point and advised you what documents we hold and how to obtain copies thereof. This information was forwarded in our emails of 13 March 2018, 3 April 2018 and 9 April 2018.
The transfer deed dated 9 June 2017 has been executed by a District Judge on your behalf accordingly there appears no provision in the Land Registration Act or Rules why the Land Registry should not accept the transfer for registration. Only a court of law can decide whether the transfer should not have been registered and until a court makes such a decision, no alteration to the register can be considered.
Accordingly your complaint is not upheld.
I hope that my response has resolved this matter for you. HM Land Registry operates a two-stage internal complaints procedure and this is our second-stage response.
If you remain dissatisfied and wish to take this further, then you can ask us to review your complaint under the final stage of our complaints procedure. If you want us to do this, please let me know.
HM Land Registry
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craig fraser's private property
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SEE THE CLAIM, and craig fraser's FAMILY INHERITANCE THAT HE PURCHASED HIS PROPERTY WITH, HAD ALSO BEEN STOLEN,
part-2 claim against the HM Land Registry and the UK Government, for blatant theft of craig fraser's private property
From: craig fraser [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 19 December 2018 13:06
To: Gemma Browne <Gemma.Browne@loveitts.co.uk>
Subject: re, HOUSE SALE
the manager at loveitts estate agents, in Coventry,
to the Manageress Gemma Browne,
today,s date is wenesday the 19th of december 2018,
my name is craig fraser,
on Saturday 15th december, at 11:14, my lawyer, yvonne pears spoke
to a very nice member of your staff name Chalice, whom kindly confirmed that there are NO RECORDS WHATSOEVER, on your system, of a sale by Loveitts, of my property, 41 Catesby Road, Radford, Coventry, CV6 3EU
the HM Land Registry records, clearly state, that Loveitts sold my house, on the open market, in june 2017, could you please confirm, via this email, that you have no such records on your system, of a sale of my property,
if you do not respond to this email, within the next 7-days, i will presume that your system shows a sale of my property,
i sincerely apologise for the inconvenience to loveitts, in this matter,
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