Four Anglican churches in North Lincolnshire have taken advantage of a 475-year-old law that gives them the right to demand money from home and land owners to help pay repair bills.

All Saints' at Winterton, St Mary's at Wrawby, St Nicholas' at Searby and St Hybald's at Scawby have so far registered 29 homes or plots of land as carrying liabilities to pay. Letters informing owners of their liabilities, which date back to the reign of Henry VIII, have been sent out by the Land Registry, which manages the list.

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