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In registered conveyancing, the registered proprietor of an EstateInLand obtains a land certificate as evidence of his entitlement. If the proprietor allows someone to place alegal charge on the lander (usually a Mortgage lender), the practice until recently was for the proprietor to submit the land certificate to the land registry and get acharge certificate in its place. Under the LRA2002 there is no provision for charge certificates, and this practice is defunct.