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The role of Law of Property Act (LPA) receivers

Last updated: 24 Feb 2011

This guidance is for: lenders

This guidance note outlines the basic circumstances and considerations for a lender in appointing a Law of Property Act (LPA) or fixed charge receiver. The drafting of this guidance has been assisted by an independent LPA receiver, Bradford & Bingley, Eversheds, NARA, TLT Solicitors and the CML’s Buy-to-Let Panel.

This guidance has no regulatory status and some of the examples of good practice given may not be appropriate in every circumstance.


  1. The role of LPA receivers (PDF 54KB)