A common form of Legal Charge is a mortgage from a bank or building society.
It is a legal document signed by the borrower which is registered against a property at the Land Registry.
The Legal Charge sets the terms upon which the money has been borrowed and the rights and obligations of the parties.
It is important that you understand what those rights and obligations are.
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