What Is a Legal Charge?

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A legal charge is a document that shows and records the data of the rightful owner of a property or land. The document is housed by the land registry. In other contexts it is a form of security that shows payment of a debt.
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A legal charge is a form of security to ensure payment of a debt. The legal charge is used as a form of leverage for a mortgage or any other kind of debt that you may owe a bank. It can also be a document held by Land Registry which outlines who holds the first charge on a property.
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